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Re: [gNewSense-users] Ubuntu Calendar Packages

From: Chris Andrew
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Ubuntu Calendar Packages
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 14:02:08 +0100


What a result!

You -

a) Made Ubuntu realise something

b) Got closed packages freed

c) Closed a bug

d) Reduced the suspected non-free list

e) Made a section 100% free.

So good in fact, you can take the rest of the week off.  Joking,
that's between you and your boss!! :-)

Nice work.

Cheers on behalf of the list,


On 17/09/2007, Kevin M. Dean <address@hidden> wrote:
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> This evening I got word from Daniel Holbach that, due to my inquiry, the
> ubuntu-calendar set of packages has been licensed retroactively as
> Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike, a license considered by the FSF
> to be a Free license.
> The following has been added to the latest changelog version of this
> package in Gutsy:
>   * Include the licence text of the CC-BY-SA 3.0 Licence in the
>     debian/copyright file and in the package top-level.  Consider this
>     change to be retconned into all previous versions of this package,
>     so you may use the same licence for those.
> This news allows us to close bug 00115
> (
> I've removed ubuntu-calendar from SuspectedNonFree.
> This ALSO means that Main U is now certified to be 100% Free, I've
> updated the site to reflect that.
> Cool. :)
> - -Kevin Dean
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