jonathan at ubuntu.com
Fri Jul 6 17:28:16 UTC 2012
On Fri, Jul 06, 2012 at 07:09:31PM +0200, Paolo Rotolo wrote:
> I have found 2 .exe apps in the Ubuntu App Reviews branches:
> What to do in this case?
It might be a good idea to put some policy around this.
IMHO, an .exe file that is meant to be shipped in extras should:
* Comply with every other ARB requirement, it should be open source
* It must also be built using open source tools, available in Ubuntu
* It can't depend on any non-free libraries, sources
* It should run satisfactory under Wine or Mono or whatever it's meant to run in
I guess if it can't satisfy at least those dependencies, it should be fine to just reject those.
I notice that there's not a board on Trello for rejected apps:
Perhaps there should be one so that we are aware of them?
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