Re: deluge and GeoIP database license

2008-11-24 Thread MJ Ray
Cristian Greco [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've found that ktorrent (CCing to pkg-kde-extras, please CC your replies because I'm not subscribed) uses the same DB by MaxMind, but that license has been considered non DFSG-free two years ago by the list[2]. It was the APNIC, ARIN and RIPE databases

Re: Bug#506609: axyl: code copy of Xinha ships the ImageManager plugin released under the PHP 2.02 licence

2008-11-24 Thread MJ Ray
Raphael Geissert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -legal: can a final concensus be reached on whether this licence is DFSG-free? I'm happy to support http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2005/08/msg00128.html To summarise:- - unacceptable name approval restrictions for anything except PHP (DFSG 4); -

Re: deluge and GeoIP database license

2008-11-24 Thread Patrick Matthäi
Cristian Greco schrieb: Hi all, I'm working for a new upload of deluge[0] (bittorrent client). The source tarball includes a GeoLite Country (binary) database by MaxMind, which should be distributed using the license[1] below. Please do not ship any copys of the database, such things are

Re: Bug#506609: axyl: code copy of Xinha ships the ImageManager plugin released under the PHP 2.02 licence

2008-11-24 Thread Raphael Geissert
severity 506609 serious thanks MJ Ray wrote: Raphael Geissert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -legal: can a final concensus be reached on whether this licence is DFSG-free? I'm happy to support http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2005/08/msg00128.html Ok, bumping up the severity. To

Re: Bug#506609: axyl: code copy of Xinha ships the ImageManager plugin released under the PHP 2.02 licence

2008-11-24 Thread Paul Waite
Raphael Geissert wrote: severity 506609 serious thanks MJ Ray wrote: Raphael Geissert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -legal: can a final concensus be reached on whether this licence is DFSG-free? I'm happy to support http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2005/08/msg00128.html Ok, bumping