Debian Bug report logs - #388759
aiccu: New upstream version has DFSG license

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Package: aiccu; Maintainer for aiccu is Reinier Haasjes <reinier@haasjes.com>; Source for aiccu is src:aiccu.

Reported by: Philipp Kern <pkern@debian.org>

Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 13:03:02 UTC

Severity: normal

Found in version aiccu/20050131-1

Fixed in version aiccu/20070115-1

Done: Philipp Kern <pkern@debian.org>

Bug is archived. No further changes may be made.

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Hi folks,

Thanks, Paul, for your insights. For your information, we have released
AICCU today, using a BSD license as described. This should permanently take
care of any legal issues you might have.

On 1/7/07, Paul TBBle Hampson <Paul.Hampson@pobox.com> wrote:
>
> The transition from non-free to main will have to go through the
> FTP Masters anyway, and that's a non-trivial delay generally.

I have heard from ftp masters in the past that they are willing to take this
on (around 14/Aug/2006, Anthony Towns, via Philipp Kern). Perhaps it is
still a possibility.

> Anand, can you comment on that, taking into account our relicense above ?
> > Our goals are to have the latest aiccu in Debian (main), and definately
> > the current one in Debian removed, because it is broken and hurting our
> > users.
>
> And of course a version going into main would be a good impetus to kick
> the old version out of Etch, where it's doing more harm than good I
> understand.

Yes, aiccu in Debian does not work. If releng does not approve of aiccu in
main right now, then we would benefit also by an upload of 20070107 to
non-free, so that at least the folks that want to use the Debian pool are in
luck.

I've CC'd this to debian-release on the off-chance that it's in their
> sights regarding freeze-breakage, but frankly, I think we're three
> months too late on this one.
>
I understand - this has been an ongoing issue for quite some time now (~ 3
quarters). Let me know what the plans are, so SixXS knows where we stand. If
anything can be done to fix the brokenness of aiccu in Debian, we're all
ears!

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