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How come no revision has been approved for this page? Who has control to do that? -mdc

licensecheck report

This is a continuation of [1].

To generate the report, do:

git clone --depth 1 "https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src.git" "chromium"
cd "chromium"
licensecheck -c '.*' -r * > "../licensecheck_chromium.txt"

This report is based on commit df850bbd0966147f0857369252da8a6fc6c18253 and was generated with licensecheck from devscripts package version 2.14.1ubuntu0.1, available in the official Trisquel repositories, and as the version string implies, provided directly by Trisquel's upstream --- because no Trisquel-specific patches where made).

Also see my message in [2] to question whether these shorter-than-they-should license notices are really applicable.

One must note that the report is too heavy to be put anywhere in an online storage, so I prefer to distribute it through torrent, with DHT (no trackers), the hash is 916fd8a45158ff660811a06beb6c3ec258a3b50e. --Adfeno (talk) 11:54, 25 November 2017 (EST)

On licensecheck

If you don't use Trisquel, I've put the devscripts sources from the 2.16.2ubuntu package here, and licensecheck itself here, for convenience. --Jadedctrl (talk) 20:47, 15 January 2018 (EST)



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