Your message dated Sun, 28 Sep 2014 18:08:17 +0200
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and subject line JOSM - Evil JSON bug closed
has caused the Debian Bug report #760656,
regarding JSON evil license
to be marked as done.

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package: josm
version: 0.0.svn6687+dfsg1-1
severity: serious

The following file are not suitable for main:
CONTRIBUTION
src/org/json/JSONArray.java
src/org/json/JSONObject.java
src/org/json/JSONStringer.java
src/org/json/JSONTokener.java
src/org/json/JSONWriter.java

They are licensed under the evil json license.

Please remove and repack.

Bastien

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Version: 0.0.svn7480+dfsg1-1

Hi,

This bug was actually listed as closed in the changelog for the new
version uploaded to unstable (svn7480). However, a syntax error in the
changelog seems to have prevented the bug being closed automatically by
the upload.

Closing it manually now.

Ross

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