On Dom, 2013-12-01 at 16:32 +0100, Nicolas Chauvet wrote:
2013/12/1 George Galt <george.galt(a)gmail.com>
Thanks. It turned out that I had a conflicting file from the
Community Squeeze site, which I use for the community version
of the Logitech Media Server -- the old Squeezebox Server --
for my networked music players. The file was their
ffmpeg2-libs rpm (the file is here:
My gooddamn god! this repository is violating the GPL as the ffmpeg
binary built it provides is linked against nonfree software
if faac/fdk-aac is from sorceforge :
I'm quite sure that we, in sf.net
, just can host free and open source
That why if we go to summary of the project  says: License Apache
So what I think is faac/fdk-acc that is not legal , or is Open Source
compliant or cant be hosted on sourceforge and also may make confusions.
Or I'm seeing this sourceforge issue wrongly ?
Sérgio M. B.