On Donnerstag, 28. Oktober 2021 11:31:13 CEST Axel Braun wrote:
Am Donnerstag, 28. Oktober 2021, 11:20:15 CEST schrieb Dead Mozay:
В Чт, 28/10/2021 в 11:09 +0200, Stephan Kulow пишет:
On 10/28/21 10:55, Dead Mozay wrote:
Is it possible to leave pycharm-ce on OBS after all or not? Who thinks about this?
For background: https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/926501 .. 09
I guess you discuss this directly with Christophe
I tried, he says that pycharm-ce does not open source, I showed the license where it says the opposite, then he told me that pycharm cannot be built from source code, I built it locally, then he stopped writing messages.
No inclusion of pre-built binaries or libraries
You *have* to rebuild everything from scratch, otherwise its almost impossible to prove the built artifacts are actually matching the provided sources, and no proprietary part has sneaked in.
(There is at least one static library, libdbusmenu-glib.a, where no sources are provided.)
https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-community/blob/master/LICENSE.txt says its Apache 2.0
Unless otherwise stated, the subpackages heritage the license (AFAIK).
The existence of the "license" directory is a strong hint other licenses are involved.
Have a look at e.g. the oromatcher license, which is a strong copyleft license. A binary including it is no longer governed by Apache-2.0 alone.
I know the SUSE license team is overloaded, but maybe they can give advice?
We probably could ease the burden by acting catiously in the first place. The OBS is full of packages not adhering to the rules (s.a.).
Have you ever searched for "libx264" on the OBS? Go for it, and then file a delete request for each one ...