I've sent a mail to Wolfgang asking for the permission to publish the
files under the AGPLv3 (or later) license:
I'd like to publish the /etc/apache2 configuration that you (Wolfgang)
contributed to under the AGPLv3 license.
If I recall well Wolfgang and me are the only contributors to that
configuration (please do correct me if I'm wrong here).
Can I publish it in git if I also add Wolfgang as an Author and say I
did some changes later on?
And in his reply Wolfgang agreed:
sure, fine with me.
Paul Kocialkowski also had access to the server before that but he doesn't
seem to have modified the apache2 configuration. From #replicant on Freenode
the 22 April 2021:
18:08 <@GNUtoo> If that's not the issue the reality is that we didn't
publish part of the Replicant source code: the apache2
redirect rules are missing
18:09 <@GNUtoo> I've already contacted paulk-leonov and Wolfgang for
the permission to publish them
18:45 <@paulk-leonov> GNUtoo: ah right I got an email about licensing
for some files
18:45 <@paulk-leonov> does it needs an answer from me?
18:45 <@paulk-leonov> if so, about which files ?
18:46 <@paulk-leonov> I didn't recognize any that I may have authored,
but maybe I forgot
19:18 <@GNUtoo> paulk-leonov: basically the config files in the server
19:18 <@GNUtoo> To save time, all the files that you touched there
19:19 <@GNUtoo> Some part of it is really crucial, like the apache2
redirects configuration, as it's somehow part of the
Replicant source code but it hasn't been published yet.
19:24 <@GNUtoo> paulk-leonov: Also note that I'll publish it as I go
(assuming I've also got Wolfgang's agrement), so I'll
probably choose which free software license to use for
each git as I work on it
19:24 <@GNUtoo> That's why it's a very wide request
Joonas Kylmälä also got access to the server but I don't remember
him doing extensive changes in the apache2 configuration.
GNUtoo: reworked the redirects and minor changes
Signed-off-by: Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli <GNUtoo@cyberdimension.org>