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wording change to main, contrib, non-free policy

From: Bill Mitchell <>
> If I interpret the intent correctly, it seems to me that it would
> be clearer to omit specific mention of the license in the requirements
> for "main" and "contrib", and say instead that the package must be
> DFSG compliant.


I think he has a point. Changing the two occurrances of "must have a
license complying with the DFSG" to "must comply with the DFSG" would
fix it.


Can you get your operating system fixed when you need it?
Linux - the supportable operating system.
Bruce Perens K6BP   510-215-3502

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