--- Comment #3 from Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler(a)chello.at> 2012-02-26 18:53:29 CET
So, I think this package can go into Fedora, but the "To enable all
functionality, the following packages are required:" part will have to be
removed, you cannot give a list of patent-encumbered packages in Fedora. For
the stuff which is actually in Fedora, IMHO you should just make it hard
Requires. Without at least some of the listed packages, soundKonverter will not
work at all.
Now if you put the package into RPM Fusion Free, you can also make the stuff in
RPM Fusion Free hard Requires, if you put it into RPM Fusion Nonfree, you can
also make the stuff in RPM Fusion Nonfree hard Requires. I guess RPM Fusion
will also be more tolerant of a list of additional dependencies one can install
Considering all of the above, I think the best solution would be to put the
package in Fedora with just Requires: the dependencies which are in Fedora and
without the "To enable all functionality, the following packages are required:"
blurb in the package description, which is best put somewhere else (RPM Fusion
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