On Mon, May 20, L A Walsh wrote:
What types of things do they review? Is every
thing in their queue
something that certain to need their review?
That the packages are legally fine. That we are allowed to ship them
and nobody be able to sue openSUSE/SUSE for this.
And a lot of more stuff.
'group' contains 2 persons, the bus factor is critically low.
Are there plans to improve the situation?
why is it a legal-*AUTO* group and not just a legal group?
I guess historical reasons.
It is interesting that suse is no longer under
microfocus. Was there some
effect on Suse from that direction and if so, would there be any
re-prioritizations? Or is it expected that everything will pretty much stay
as is as Microfocus didn't really change or pressure for things to happen
This has nothing to do with MicroFocus. It's purley and solely about
licenses and their effect.
Thorsten Kukuk, Distinguished Engineer, Senior Architect SLES & MicroOS
SUSE Linux GmbH, Maxfeldstr. 5, 90409 Nuernberg, Germany
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