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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] DSFG in perpetuity


From: Luke Shumaker
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] DSFG in perpetuity
Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2018 17:32:39 -0400
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On Tue, 03 Apr 2018 16:40:09 -0400,
Isaac David wrote:
> > - Debian freedom patches not applied, e.g. files missing licenses:
> > https://github.com/Eloston/ungoogled-chromium/blob/077e441e6654e4658de37c9d665e58f61b262961/resources/packaging/debian/buster/source/lintian-overrides
> > https://github.com/qt/qtwebengine-chromium/blob/b45f07bfbe74c333f1017810c2409e1aa6077a1b/chromium/tools/trace/trace_data.js
> 
> What does that mean exactly? If I were to guess, lintian incorrectly
> confused trace_data.js for a blob, and ungoogled-chromium is reversing
> that overstep.

IDK about the trace_data bits, but the jsmin license bits look like
real freedom issue:

        # temporarily allowing (need to fix path in Files-Excluded)
        license-problem-json-evil 
third_party/trace-viewer/tracing/third_party/tvcm/third_party/rjsmin/bench/jsmin.c
        license-problem-json-evil 
third_party/trace-viewer/tracing/third_party/tvcm/third_party/rjsmin/bench/jsmin.py

That said, it seems that that code was purged from upstream Chromium
in 2009 / v1.3.14 (based on the ChangeLog)?

So... why is it coming up?

-- 
Happy hacking, 
~ Luke Shumaker



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