|Subject:||Re: Correction to readme on licensing|
|Date:||Tue, 31 Aug 2021 15:13:49 +0200|
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Hello Ruben and Libor,
Yes, I suggested that feature as a good
practice to give a more clear insight on the licenses that are
used on the project. That is actually why I also suggested to
mention to check individual files in order to know what file is
under what license. The idea of REUSE is that people who check
the project can have access to that information in individual
You can always modify that part in the README file, keeping in mind that all the licenses used in your project are part of the LICENSES/ directory, so you can redirect the reader to your LICENSES/ directory. However, I would keep the part of checking individual files for acquiring information, just to be in line with the spirit of REUSE.
Please do not hesitate to contact us again if you have further questions
Replacing open source with free software is a no brainer. Do we know a lawyer opinion on the mentioning of other licenses?
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