1. 30 Dec, 2017 1 commit
    • Jakub Jirutka's avatar
      [various]: unify names of licenses according to SPDX · 63f5e7d2
      Jakub Jirutka authored
      This commit updates $license variable in all APKBUILDs to comply with
      short names specified by SPDX version 3.0 [1] where possible. It was
      done using find-and-replace method on substrings inside $license
      Only license names were updated, not "expressions" specifying relation
      between the licenses (e.g. "X and Y", "X or Y", "X and (Y or Z)") or
      exceptions (e.g. "X with exceptions").
      Many licenses have a version or multiple variants, e.g. MPL-2.0,
      BSD-2-Clause, BSD-3-Clause. However, $license in many aports do not
      contain license version or variant. Since there's no way how to infer
      this information just from abuild, it were left without the variant
      suffix or version, i.e. non SPDX compliant.
      GNU licenses (AGPL, GFDL, GPL, LGPL) are especially complicated. They
      exist in two variants: -only (formerly e.g. GPL-2.0) and -or-later
      (formerly e.g. GPL-2.0+). We did not systematically noted distinguish
      between these variants, so GPL-2.0, GPL2, GPLv2 etc. may mean
      GPL-2.0-only or GPL-2.0-or-later. Thus GNU licenses without "+" (e.g.
      GPL2+) were left without the variant suffix, i.e. non SPDX compliant.
      Note: This commit just fixes format of the license names, no
      verification has been done if the specified license information is
      actually correct!
      [1]: https://spdx.org/licenses/
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    • Fabian Affolter's avatar
      Initial APKBUILD for halberd · 37c3cc1e
      Fabian Affolter authored
      Package description:
      To cope with heavy traffic loads, web site administrators often
      install load balancer devices. These machines hide (possibly)
      many real web servers behind a virtual IP. They receive HTTP
      requests and redirect them to the real web servers in order
      to share the traffic between them.
      Halberd is a tool aimed at discovering real servers behind
      virtual IPs.