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Author terry.reedy
Recipients barry, benjamin.peterson, bkabrda, doko, eric.araujo, georg.brandl, matejcik, ncoghlan, terry.reedy
Date 2014-12-02.21:49:01
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If we are going to backport the removal from the distribution of Demo/scripts/ to 2.7, it might as well be done immediately, before 2.7.9 goes out.  Benjamin?

I am more concerned about separately licensed stdlib modules, such as turtle* (and others).  Do they all properly 'fall under the PSF license'?  Has this been systematically checked (and recorded)?  Is there a policy in place with respect to new modules?

* G.Lingl said in email he would sign he contributor agreement in August, but none is recorded yet.
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