The ocaml-menhir package has some code that is covered by QPL, but
with an exception. The LICENSE file says:
As a special exception to the Q Public Licence, you may develop
application programs, reusable components and other software items
that link with the original or modified versions of the Generator
and are not made available to the general public, without any of the
additional requirements listed in clause 6c of the Q Public licence.
Should I describe this as QPL, or does this call for a "QPL with
exceptions" tag? Rpmlint says the latter is (currently) invalid.
On 12/30/2014 11:17 PM, Shad Ali wrote:
> Somebody tries to damage and humiliate my cliënt by puting defamatory
> content/text on your website in Dutch language with the intention to be
> easily found in the Google Search Engine for other people and hoping
> they will believe what he wrote on your website. Namely over 80% of
> Dutch people use www.google.nl <http://www.google.nl> nowadays to find
> something in our country.
We've pulled this material down, but the nature of the fpaste site means
that anyone can put up text like it at any time. This does not mean that
we condone misuse of the service, it is intended for sharing debugging
and code, not rumors or defamatory content.