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Re: [Help-librejs] https://www.autistici.org/ compliant, but LibreJS say
Re: [Help-librejs] https://www.autistici.org/ compliant, but LibreJS says "no"?
Fri, 31 Aug 2018 17:13:39 -0400
mu4e 1.0-alpha3; emacs 27.0.50
Ian Kelling <address@hidden> writes:
> Ryan White <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi folks
>> Ryan here - I help maintain the listing at:
>> https://www.fsf.org/resources/webmail-systems - and Autistici has asked
>> for a review of their status.
>> It looks like https://www.autistici.org/ has put in a lot of effort to
>> become compliant, but LibreJS still gives warnings. They *are* using
>> some bootstrap stuff (so will have to sort that out), but they do have
>> that indicate, for instance, that
>> https://www.autistici.org/static/js/ai.js should be accepted.
>> But LibreJS marks it as "external script with no known license".
>> Is there something they should be doing, in order for things to work
> Librejs is finishing a rewrite, as all firefox extensions have had to do
> in order to work with the webextensions firefox update. The code to
> support web labels ( to make
> is not yet in the latest librejs release. I'm guessing there will be a
> release within a week which will have that. If you want to help, you can
> build and test the latest librejs source code from
In the latest development code, it is blocked with a different message:
"Mixed free () and unknown licenses". My guess is that it is still a
problem with librejs, and requires further debugging to see what exactly
it means by that.
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