On 9/27/07, Dan McGee email@example.com wrote:
On 9/27/07, Andreas Radke firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Am Thu, 27 Sep 2007 18:33:09 -0500 schrieb "Aaron Griffin" email@example.com:
Opinions, what do you guys think? I haven't really heard much comment on this topic so far.
-1 from me
Whoever will maintain such a script it will be very hard to satisfy all license issue. I prefer to solve the license issue first. Either let's move license critical packages into a certain non-free repo or mark them in their pkgbuild with some kind of a tag. I'd like to have the non-free repo solution.
I'm so confused here! The _script_ should not care at ALL about license issues, that is why the script will take a package list! It is up to the person generating the ISO or package bundle to ensure they are in compliance with any license issues, not the script.
Yeah Dan got what I was intending.
What I mean is a script that just uses a file that lists packages to build us a nice big fat ISO. I really doubt it'd be much more than a pacman --root=foo/, repo-add, and mkisofs.
This way, through human interaction, we can specifically manage any and all license issues.