[Pkg-puppet-devel] puppet-module-puppetlabs-mount-core_1.0.4-1_amd64.changes REJECTED
zigo at debian.org
Wed Feb 5 10:10:20 GMT 2020
On 2/5/20 4:37 AM, Russ Allbery wrote:
> Thorsten Alteholz <ftpmaster at ftp-master.debian.org> writes:
>> stuff like:
>> * Licensed Materials - Property of IBM
>> * COPYRIGHT International Business Machines Corp. 1985,1993
>> * All Rights Reserved
>> * US Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or
>> * disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.
>> does not look like being compatible with the DFSG.
> Bleh. This is in the test code for testing AIX file system support. AIX
> dumped that crap into the header of /etc/filesystems/filesystems on all
> AIX machines.
> The content of the file is almost certainly not copyrightable. It's the
> AIX equivalent of /etc/fstab from some random test system, which is just a
> mechanical description of mounts and mount options. (Also, there's
> basically no chance that IBM cares.) But it might be easiest to just
> delete the test and its data, since the chances of anyone caring about AIX
> file system support at this point is low.
My apologies. I spotted the same file in another package of this series,
and removed it, but I clearly missed that one.
I agree with Russ that it's a little bit annoying to have such a data
file aimed for test that contains this type of copyrighted material, but
we shouldn't care much. I didn't care removing the tests, just that
file, and if someone that runs the test complains, there's always
upstream source code to get the file.
I've just reuploaded version 1.0.4+dfsg1-1.
After this package gets in, we now should be good-to-go for packaging
puppet version 6 (which de-embedded these files).
Thomas Goirand (zigo)
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