Seth Vidal (skvidal(a)fedoraproject.org) said:
>> However, I don't think there's anything to worry
about here. The only
>> reason that we ship mono *at all* is that we're covered by some OIN
>> patents on it. I'm not sure which OIN patents those are, but
>> essentially if Microsoft wants to pick that fight,
> ... it's not OIN patents, it's that mono is in the OIN list of protected
> packages. Just clarifying.
Does OIN cover the specific version we're carrying? I thought OIN was
It covers a specific version of a package, and the functionality provided by
that version in any successive release of that package. So, even though
libX11 was split out of the xorg-x11 package after the OIN package list
was approved, it's still covered.