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Re: [opensuse-packaging] Mixed license problem

On 30/08/17 02:26, Sebastian wrote:

I had a very similar situation with the program hollywood, see
The artwork is CC0 and the code is Apache-2.0.

Are other distros shipping this package? If yes, how are they dealing
with it?


Debian didn't ship Firefox as Firefox for a number of years for a
similar kind of reason (you couldn't modify its logo) but I guess they
had slightly different wording in there licenses as we didn't seem to
have an issue.

On 08/29/2017 06:37 PM, Luigi Baldoni wrote:
Hi all,
I'm trying to get a package into Factory but legal says there's a problem
with the embedded proprietary artwork licensing terms. Said material is
indispensable to the program.

Upstream tells me they could relicense it under CC-BY-ND-4.0, with the rest
of the code being GPL-3.0 or LGPL-3.0: were this the case, would Factory
accept it?


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