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[Savannah-register-public] [task #14997] Submission of GNU Mes

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: [Savannah-register-public] [task #14997] Submission of GNU Mes
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2018 07:55:06 -0400 (EDT)
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Follow-up Comment #9, task #14997 (project administration):

Hi Ineiev!

> ChangeLog ...

Ah, the generated ChangeLog variant did't have it, now added
during generation as a footer.

> and mes/module/mes/psyntax.pp still lack copyright
> and license notices.


> doc/images/README is empty.

Oops, content added.

> Looking again in doc/fosdem/README: now it does specify license
> for itself, but not for the images

Generated image imported from GNU Guix

Copyright © 2015 Luis Felipe López Acevedo
Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify
this work under the terms of the Creative Commons
Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Does this mean I should remove this talk, and that it cannot be

> , except LISP-1.5-page-13*.png;
> for them, it says reproduction is only permitted for the purposes
> of the US Government.

Yes, I copied what the document


> Does it mean private persons can't copy it for their own purposes?

Hmm, I think of that possible implication, but IANAL.  I thought this
would imply that distributing it verbatim would be allowed.  When I
created this talk, I thought it was safe to assume that is not distributing this illegally.

> Then MES tarball would be effectively undistributable.

Either that, or the FOSDEM talk would have to be removed.

> These files still say they are LGPLv2.1+:
> mes/module/mes/
> mes/module/mes/pretty-print.scm
> I can't tell yet how the LGPLv3+ question will be resolved;
> in any case, after that your tarball should have a copy
> of every license it uses.

OK, I added a relicence patch; as these files are taken from GNU Guile,
for with FSF is explicitly (in these files) copyright holder, that
should be OK now.

Changes are up on

    the wip-gnu branch at:
    a preliminary tarball:



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