Re: Rpmlint does not like my license

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On 11/09/2009 07:42 AM, Igshaan Mesias wrote:
> Hi Everyone
> I've packaged the M+ collection of fonts. I've not yet submitted a
> review because I am unsure about what to label the 'License' tag in spec
> file given its authors have simply put the license as follows:
> "These fonts are free softwares. 
> Unlimited permission is granted to use, copy, and distribute it, with or
> without modification, either commercially and noncommercially. 
> The following page notes the license as being "mplus", however, rpmlint
> will not like this, so my question is, should I leave the 'License' tag
> in the spec file as Mplus and let rpmlint moan, or do I change to
> something it likes? if so what do I change it to?

If the license table has it as a valid and acceptable license, you're
fine. RPMlint probably needs to have its license list updated.


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