On Thursday 2014-07-31 22:48, Greg Freemyer wrote:
In theory everything in OBS home projects is opensource as far as I
know. I think even the specfiles that users may have written are
supposed to be opensource if they are in OBS.
Not just open source, but also free software.
You should do at least a cursory review for legal
copyright issues related to proprietary software and violations of
German law. German law does not allow hacker tools as an example.
Cursory review need not include dealing with badly formulated laws
or things otherwise subject to interpretation. Leave that to the
As a packager, concentrate on the things that are easily decidable,
like: what licenses are used in the source, are they OSI compliant,
and whether they do not run afoul of the No Fly List.
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