On 1/29/14, RPM Fusion Bugzilla <noreply(a)rpmfusion.org> wrote:
--- Comment #38 from Sérgio Basto <sergio(a)serjux.com> 2014-01-29 08:56:22
(In reply to comment #30)
Less legal/policy concerns but will give more work to develop.
Not necessarily. See spot's comment in comment #31 link. Basically, if
we just points to a repo provided by an ISV like Dropbox it's actually
the ISV which is distributing. If we repackage it we becomes more
responsible for the contents.
what you mean with "Although we comply with the GL" ?
The whole idea witjh the current GL is that we should not make
packages from "foreign" repos available, with FESCO/Fedora Legal
providing exemptions in some cases. lpf is an exception, but it has
beed reviewed and discussed within the FPC.
if I have time in future I'll will try do frp idea, as a sub
project of lpf
Contributions always welcome! That said, it will probably need a new
discussion with FPC since this is an entirely new way of handling this
Again: this request is more like a test of the legal/policy
ramifications for packaged yum configurations in rpmfusion. Anyone,