So I’m trying to learn how to make RPMs so that we can distribute RPMs
of our new gcc 3.4 based MIPS compilers built to run on the version of
RedHat we export. Unfortunately, while reading the HOWTO on
www.rpm.org I discovered in section
6.2 a rather unfortunate
explanation of the
Copyright: header of the RPM spec file:
Copyright: This line tells how a package is copyrighted. You should use something like GPL, BSD, MIT, public domain, distributable, or commercial.
Now, am I the only person who thinks this is wrong? I mean… aren’t
MIT references to licences rather than copyrights?