[arch-dev-public] arch bootstrapping

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Mon Aug 19 18:52:17 EDT 2013

Am 19.08.2013 21:05, schrieb Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek:
>> Now to do the --populate archlinux, you need to have an archlinux
>> keyring in /usr/share/pacman/keyrings/. If you look at the
>> `archlinux-keyring` package in arch, that should give you some ideas.
> So, I've created a simple archlinux-keyring package for Fedora.
> I have one question: is there an official license for the archlinux-keyring
> sources? It is just a collection of publicly accessible information,
> but it would be much easier if the license (Public Domain?) would
> be publicly specified.

It seems there is no license in the archlinux-keyring repository, and
the Arch Linux package says "GPL", which may not even make sense for
this stuff (the package doesn't include the scripts, only the collection
of PGP keys).

I CC'd Pierre - can we clarify the license on this?

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