I'm not sure how to proceed but the rule could probably be deduced from the 
packages with "dfsg" in their name. I think it needs to be removed from the 
tarball as well, otherwise debian will indeed distribute proprietary software 
in the main section.


On 05/22/2013 05:02 PM, Alberto Luaces wrote:
> Hello!
> an interesting notice have just aroused in OSG's mailing list
> (http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.graphics.openscenegraph.user/79964).
> The source code of the "geo" plugin states that its license is a
> proprietary one, so it is clear that it has to be removed from Debian.
> The question is how to do it: is it enough to make a patch removing the
> files under OpenSceneGraph/src/osgPlugins/geo, or should it be removed
> from the tarball instead?  Since we are generating our own tarball from
> the SVN repository, that could be done at the debian/rules level.
> Regards,

Loïc Dachary, Artisan Logiciel Libre
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