I've contacted the author regarding the Licensing, and she kindly
removed the 'NC' from the License.
Lucidity is now Creative Commons BY-SA. The reason why I asked this is
because on Fedora they don't accept NC, since packages with 'NC'
be pushed to RHEL. I don't know if this is the case with openSUSE, but
it's 'fixed' and the author kindly removed it.
There shouldn't be a problem in using OBS to package and distribute it
now. Already commited to OBS.
@Darix - Thanks for the help and pushing the question to the legal
department, but it's been worked out between me and the author.
2010/11/4 Nelson Marques <nmo.marques(a)gmail.com>om>:
I'm asking this because one of my favorite metathemes for GNOME is
CC-BY-NC-SA. What concerns me is the 'NC' which I'm not sure if because
of it I can distribute it through OBS as a package.
Though this is a personal reason, I usually push some packages to
Contrib or other projects, since it's stuff I keep updated for myself.
Anyone could clear out this licensing issue around CC BY-NC-SA.
Thanks in advance,
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