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[task #16067] Submission of Dezyne

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: [task #16067] Submission of Dezyne
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2021 03:03:53 -0500 (EST)
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Follow-up Comment #19, task #16067 (project administration):

Alfred M. Szmidt writes:


So...are we OK now?

> Ineiev writes:
> > examples/README has two issues: first, the AGPL is GFDL-incompatible,

I addressed this in #16, by usingthe GFDL license

> For the examples, another solution is to license them under the AGPL
> and the GFDL.

and then (#18) re-added AGPL as a duel license using this wording

    Dezyne examples are distributed under the terms of either:

      the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.3 or later; with no
      Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts,


      the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or later.

Maybe I should have included this for you to review yesterday?  If you,
like yesterday, are still waiting for a new tarball to review this
README change, please let me know!

> > second, READMEs may only be used for binary files.

> Your reading of the requirements is far to strict and not what is intended,
> the rules do not apply only to binaries, and it is not a matter of size. 
> There are plenty of other considerations to take into account.

and settles the last issue, right?  See

    Some formats do not have room for textual annotations; for these
    files, state the copyright and copying permissions in a README file
    in the same directory.



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