On Sat, Jan 08, 2011 at 04:44:54PM +0100, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 09:26:45PM +0100, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> >On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 12:24:55PM +0100, Alessandro Ghedini wrote:
> >>Isn't this ready for upload now, since the switch to CDBS is
> >>completed?
> >
> >Sorry, I got distracted.
> >
> >No, I want to finish a copyright-check I am conducting - there
> >seem to be some issues.  More on that when I am done.
> Please check all the FIXMEs in debian/copyright.
> Please don't just "make them go away" - ask if an issue isn't obvious.

I had a look at the FIXMEs and there are indeed some problems (sorry, if
I didn't notice that before):

> Files: src/milkyplay/drivers/generic/rtaudio/asio/asio.cpp
> Copyright: 1997, - 2005, Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
> License: UNKNOWN

I couldn't find a license for the asio driver, but I think that it can
be safely removed, since it is not needed on Linux (this applies for every
file under the 'src/milkyplay/drivers/generic/rtaudio/asio/' folder).

> Files: src/milkyplay/drivers/generic/rtaudio/oss/soundcard.h
> Copyright: *No copyright*
>License: other-restricted!

This is clearly not DFSG-compliant... I also think that it can be removed 
and substituted with the soundcard.h provided by the oss4-dev package 
(which seems to be free).

> Files: resources/reference/xmeffects.html
>  2006, Yury Aliaev 2006
> License: GFDL and UNKNOWN

This has to be removed as well (GNU FDL is not DFSG-compatible).

There is something I don't understand: is it really needed to have 
both 'GPL+Milkytracker-3+' and 'GPL-3+' licenses, since they are the
same license?

Also, for the generic 'LGPL' what version should be used?


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