Re: mplayer, the time has come

2005-02-15 Thread A Mennucc
Ken Bloom wrote: On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 11:46:38 +0100, A Mennucc wrote: There have been two main problems keeping mplayer out of Debian: licenses and copyrights. Licenses: the upstream code contains some code that is protected by (more or less) actively enforced licenses: DeCSS code to decode

[Fwd: Re: mplayer, the time has come]

2005-02-15 Thread A Mennucc
sorry I sent this reply to the wrong list I also add two missing answers MJ Ray wrote: Andrea Mennucc wrote: I have uploaded a new version of the 'mplayer' package for Debian, namely version 1.0pre6-1 I have reviewed this package, but I've not tried building

Re: [Fwd: Re: mplayer, the time has come]

2005-02-17 Thread A Mennucc
MJ Ray wrote: Please don't cc me or send me HTML duplicates (see also debian lists code of conduct). Thanks to Henning Makholm for replying already with some answers I couldn't remember. I agree with all of that post. Further, it looks like this doesn't need to be a native package. a. wrote:

Re: [Fwd: Re: mplayer, the time has come]

2005-02-17 Thread A Mennucc
Henning Makholm wrote: Scripsit A Mennucc [EMAIL PROTECTED] debianizer - isn't there a debian/rules way to do this now? no way at all Yes way. Look up the documentation of 'debian/rules get-orig-source' in policy. sorry there was a deep misunderstanding here I thought you meant

Re: Let's stop feeding the NVidia cuckoo

2005-03-04 Thread A Mennucc
Andrew Suffield wrote: Intermediate cases require the exercise of judgement, as always. A photograph of the Eiffel Tower is probably the best we're going to get; there's only one of them and it won't fit in the archive. A photograph of a PCB layout, constructed by a secret program, is not a

european data grid

2003-10-13 Thread A Mennucc
hi I think that the following license is free (according to DFSG) http://eu-datagrid.web.cern.ch/eu-datagrid http://eu-datagrid.web.cern.ch/eu-datagrid/license.html/license.html http://eu-datagrid.web.cern.ch/eu-datagrid/license.html but I would like your opinion on that. a.

please comment on mplayer 1.0-pre-cvs

2004-03-28 Thread A Mennucc
apologize: this is 3rd posting.. our relay is down... I hope this other account works -- Andrea Mennucc E' un mondo difficile. Che vita intensa! (Tonino Carotone) signature.asc Description: Digital signature

please comment on mplayer 1.0-pre-cvs

2004-03-28 Thread A Mennucc
) the package AFAIK does not contain CSS code or other code on which there is active patent enforcement please comment on that package, and report whether it may go into Debian a. -- Andrea Mennucc one houndred and fifty - the chicken sings pgp6IWxfFuaVL.pgp Description: PGP signature

please comment on mplayer 1.0-pre-cvs

2004-03-28 Thread A Mennucc
2) the package AFAIK does not contain CSS code or other code on which there is active patent enforcement please comment on that package, and report whether it may go into Debian a. ps: this is a reposting the first post did never show up in debian-legal -- Andrea Mennucc one houndred

mplayer

2004-03-30 Thread A Mennucc
, the source code contains CVS directories. And I hope it may satisfy Don Armstrong's concern about GPLv2 sec 2.a so, do we include mplayer in Debian ?:-) a. -- Andrea Mennucc one houndred and fifty - the chicken sings pgp2aouZ1Lpwy.pgp Description: PGP signature

Design Science License (in freevo)

2008-01-10 Thread A Mennucc
hi d-legal, I am taking care of the (forthcoming) freevo packages. Some artwork is covered by the attached Design Science License. Is it fine to include that stuff in the package and upload? (I would say yes, but you may have a more informed opinion). a. DESIGN SCIENCE LICENSE TERMS AND

Re: mplayer, the time has come

2005-02-20 Thread Andrea Mennucc
hi I have uploaded mplayer 1.0pre6a-3 It ships a correctly repackaged upstream source; it has a 'debian/rules get-orig-source' (as asked in debian-devel) that creates the .orig.tar.gz It should appear in http://qa.debian.org/~anibal/debian-NEW.html and in I will put a copy in

Re: Netscape on Alpha?

2002-01-04 Thread Andrea Mennucc
wrote: Hi, On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Andrea Mennucc wrote: what about uploading that package to the debian archives, in non-free? Do the license of Compaq and the Debian policy allow this? Presumably a debian-maintainer with access-permission for uploads has to do this? The package

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another mplayer .deb of 0.90rc3 release

2003-01-29 Thread Andrea Mennucc
-legal thinks that it is important, I will add a diff of libmpeg2. --- have fun a. -- Andrea Mennucc E' un mondo difficile. Che vita intensa! (Tonino Carotone)

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2003-01-29 Thread Andrea Mennucc
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED] sorry: yesterday evening I commented out the lines #on wakeup: # boot brain/0 I am now self-patching with the help of a java-cup a. -- Andrea Mennucc E' un mondo difficile. Che vita intensa! (Tonino Carotone)

Re: mplayer licenses

2003-07-24 Thread Andrea Mennucc
Adam Warner wrote: I'm please to see what has been done Andrea. I believe the copyright file can be improved by these completely unofficial suggestions (suggestions start with *): This package was first debianized by * TeLeNiEkO * [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Mon, 26 Feb 2001 12:24:04 +0100.

Re: MPlayer revisited

2005-06-29 Thread Andrea Mennucc
Andrew Suffield wrote: with a package where upstream are untrustworthy lying bastards. I have followed the history of mplayer vs Debian, and I saw many flames, but yet this line by Andrew Suffield is an all-time record why isnt it possible to have a civil discussion on this matter? this is