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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Archlinux AUR question

From: Stefano Gioffré
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Archlinux AUR question
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 22:08:07 +0000

Hi ng0,

I am the original author of the systemd service file of gnunet-git on AUR. Consider it as public domain and feel free to use it as you wish!

P.S. Probably I used some other systemd service files as templates, but I honestly don't remember at the moment.

All the best,

Stefano (address@hidden / address@hidden)

Il giorno dom 13 gen 2019 alle ore 20:58 <address@hidden> ha scritto:
As discussed on our IRC channel, it seems as if I misinterpreted the commit message
which made me contact you.

The systemd file was apparently just adjusted by one line, the original file was a file
someone of us wrote.

Since I am convinced we have a threshold of originality situation here (there are only
so many ways to write a systemd service).

Unless you have a different view within a reasonable amount of time for volunteers,
I will place the systemd file in the public domain (or rather ask xrs to do so, if it
seems reasonable to xrs).

On Sun, 13 Jan 2019 14:04:28 +0100 (CET), <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi maintainers and contributors to the gnunet-git package in Archlinux (CC'd),
> we recently included a systemd service file based on (read: at the moment 1:1 the same,
> with an added comment of origin) your systemd service file in the gnunet-git branch
> of the AUR repository.
> Since neither Archlinux nor AUR provide a clear licensing statement, and we like to be
> on the safe side, I have 2 questions:
> 1. Of those CC'd in the email who touched the .service file in question,
>     do you give us permission to include and modify the file?
> 2. Out of curiosity and for future references: What is the license on the AUR git repository
>     and the Archlinux packages git repository? No clear indication means as far as I am
>     concerned that it is the default license for most legal domains (all rights reserved).
>     We'd have to consider the threshold of originality though.
> Cheers,
> ng0 for GNUnet
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