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Re: Please review

From: Yuchen Pei
Subject: Re: Please review
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 23:41:26 +1000
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Yuchen Pei <> writes:

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  > I filled in B2 based on answer to Q9 at   > 
> also Q13 but that is for A2.

I can't access messages easily using those URLs. Would you please
identify the message by its From: field and its Date; field?
With those, I can find it quickly.

From: Adam Faiz

  > I'm not sure if the choice of licenses is discussed   >
elsewhere on   > the docs.

B2 is NOT just a matter of "choosing" the license. Whichever form
licensing you choose, you must state it clearly _in the package
source_. If a site doesn't tell people to do that, and give clear
directions to do it right, then it encourages unclear licensing

You are right, and after reading the forwarded discussions, I agree codeberg failed B2. Updated

  > By the way I could not navigate the   > with   > librejs on:

  > > blocked scripts in
  > >   > >
  > >   > > External script with no known license
  > >
  > >   > > External script with no known license

  > Does that mean it fails C0?

I think so. But I don't know what does. What
it do? Is it an important site function? (That is a judgment call,
not a mechanical decision.)

It is the documentation site of and the place where I looked for answer to Q9. I think it is rather important for someone unfamiliar with codeberg, but not so much for an experienced user. Attached is a screenshot of the landing page with the toc on and librejs off. Turning on librejs, the toc seems to be only accessible
by inspecting the source of the webpage.

OTOH the blocked scripts seem rather simple:

I think the way forward on this is to report the issue and / or send a pull request at the repo

I've reported an issue, and will work on a PR.


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