--- Comment #11 from Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info> 2009-04-30 16:45:39
(In reply to comment #7)
Figured I'd chime in here to clarify things a bit:
Thus, strictly speaking, the z-push license is not non-free, at least according
to the FSF, because they're invoking clause 8 explicitly for the US.
Unfortunately, Fedora can't distribute anything under those terms because we're
based in the US.
I for one would nevertheless would say this should go to RPM Fusion's nonfree
repo, as nonfree implies "you should check the license to make sure you are
actually allowed to use this software" (which might be the case if you are in
License: GPLv2 with clause 8 invoked (distribution in the US is
Sounds good, as this will make it possible to get the relevant information
using tools like repoquery without getting the software (and violating the
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