Fedora 15, new and exciting plans

Karel Klic kklic at redhat.com
Mon Nov 15 22:28:33 UTC 2010

Dne 15.11.2010 22:31, Matthew Garrett napsal(a):
> On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 08:43:39PM +0100, Karel Klic wrote:
>> ABRT with retrace server support, and a retrace server instance up and
>> running. It will improve the quality of backtraces.
> Further, what's the licensing situation here? If I have an application
> that (at runtime) is a mixture of GPLed and GPL-incompatible code, does
> sending this coredump to a remote service count as distribution?

Interesting point. I do not know.

What is the scope of this question? Can GPLed and GPL-incompatible code 
end up in the same coredump in Fedora installation without 3rd party 
software installed?

It could happen that a coredump from Firefox contains non-free 
javascript from pages that were viewed around the time of the crash, but 
that is a browser-specific issue.

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