openSUSE:Build Service application blacklist
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In general, only software with an OSI license is allowed for submission. Exceptions can be made via the openSUSE:*:Non-Free projects on request.
This list is not complete, but lists the most requested software pieces that cannot be shipped.
Software which is encumbered by patent claims
In general, all kinds of multimedia codecs, especially from the MPEG family. Good and free alternatives are
Disallowed software list:
- xine library (full package, openSUSE ships with a reduced number of codecs)
Software with other legal implications
This is software which may be illegal in some countries.
- chromium (contains patented code parts, exception is the cleaned version in openSUSE: projects)
- (python-)pymedia (contains ffmpeg and libdvdcss)
Software that poses additional legal risk as a result of the license:
Closed source Linux kernel modules
To abide by the request of the Linux kernel developer community, and to avoid any distribution issues of closed source Linux kernel modules, we will not distribute any of these type of modules.
Packages without OSI approved license
In general, packages without an Open Source license (specifically one approved by OSI) are not allowed in OBS.
Exceptions to this policy will be done for the openSUSE distribution and those packages are in the Non-Free projects of openSUSE, e.g. openSUSE:Factory:NonFree.
If you like to see a package included in NonFree, please open a bugreport against the distribution and supply information about the license.
We especially need the right to redistribute software if we include it in the build service.
List of not-approved binary packages: