Le 2011-07-04 02:46, Andrea Pescetti a écrit :
Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
2011/7/3 Andreas Mantke<email@example.com>
GPL|GPL - GNU General Public License|
LGPL|LGPL - GNU Lesser General Public License|
BSD|BSD License (revised)|http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license
Public Domain|Public Domain|
OSI|Other OSI Approved|http://opensource.org/licenses
Is there something we should add or change?
I think it's fine.
No, I think "Freeware" (besides the typo in the corresponding link) must
be removed, since it goes against the stated policy (or to the closest
thing we have, i.e., RMS's statement on the website).
Or, as I wrote, let people be able to select it but then refuse the
submission when they click "Submit".
If we were to do this, I would hope that we would be upfront with our
position on people submitting "Freeware" and that we would have our
position clearly stated somewhere on the extensions web pages. We should
not have people try to submit and be surprised by a refusal popup window
without having warned them of this on the site.
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