Re: SPDX Statistics - Voyager 2 edition

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On Tue, Aug 22, 2023 at 9:05 PM Fabio Valentini <decathorpe@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


> Looks like there are 7 packages that I can fix later today:
> - rust-docopt
> - rust-procs
> - rust-rustcat
> - rust-tokei
> - rust-tree-sitter
> - rust-tree-sitter-cli
> - rust-varlink-cli

rust-docopt, rust-rustcat, rust-tokei, rust-timebomb, and
rust-varlink-cli are now fixed in rawhide.
tree-sitter and tree-sitter-cli require a more thorough license
review, and procs will be updated with the next update that I've
already prepared.

> There's four packages that use "MPL-2.0+" which is not a valid SPDX identifier.
> Not sure what to do about them, since I don't want to ignore upstream
> license specification and change them to just "MPL-2.0".
> - rust-bitmaps
> - rust-cargo-c
> - rust-im-rc
> - rust-sized-chunks

I reported issues with upstream for the invalid MPL-2.0+ identifier:

Turns out, cargo / also defines the license in crate
metadata as SPDX 2.1 license expressions:

So using an invalid one is not only a problem for us, but also for

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