Description of problem:
this package needs to be removed. it's available in the f11 repos, for example. it should not be available any longer.
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> this package needs to be removed. it's available in the f11 repos, for example.
> it should not be available any longer.
And the reason is? IIRC there were some questions about the used sword licensing during the F10 development cycle. Is that the reason? If I (as a maintainer) request the removal of the package from Fedora I need stronger reason than just a bugzilla request.
Hi Martin, I didn't think it required me stating it since you know as well as I do the history of that image. It was confirm those wallpapers use copyrighted images we cannot ship, I am quite surprised the package was not pulled long ago. It has to be removed.
it's always better to state it for reference for other people. I wasn't myself sure if you requested the removal because of the usage of legally problematic source material or something else. I've removed the package from cvs and requested the removal from Fedora package collection. Anyway, thanks for bringing this up.
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Actually, unless I missed some step during the removal, this should have been closed already as fixed... I'm only not sure what's the correct resolution here though... The one that seems closest to the actual resolution of this is "current release".