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Liam 4f83b00f6f general: fix trailing whitespace 2024-01-08 09:34:32 -05:00
bunnei ee8caac82f android: Various fixes for CI. 2023-06-03 00:06:05 -07:00
Kelebek1 31229dd245 Change licenses 2023-01-21 06:19:43 +00:00
Kelebek1 80a55c1663 Add stacktrace symbol demangling 2023-01-14 04:43:21 +00:00
Kyle Kienapfel bc992b9bdc Moving Icons away from CC BY-ND 3.0 for FOSS packaging purposes
I've seen some comments stating that sharing pre-compiled packages
of yuzu is problematic for linux distributions due to some contents
having license of CC BY-ND 3.0

Better licensed sources of icons have been found for most cases,
see the changes to the .reuse/dep5 file for details.

Placeholders for connected/disconnected icons

At the time of writing I consider these icons to be placeholders,
hence three copies. colorful is grey, default is black, qdarkstyle is white

connected is gnome/16x16/network-idle.png with no changes
connected_notification is gnome/16x16/network-error.png with changes
disconnected is gnome/16x16/network-offline.png with changes

Looking at licenses: GNOME icon theme is distributed under the terms of either
GNU LGPL v.3 or Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license.

Debian appears to explicitly state they're licensing under
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0

From a tarball at the following link suggests we can just attribute GNOME Project

When attributing the artwork, using "GNOME Project" is enough.
Please link to where available.

CC-BY-SA-3.0.txt from
2022-08-14 06:45:40 -07:00
Andrea Pappacoda cdb240f3d4
chore: make yuzu REUSE compliant
[REUSE] is a specification that aims at making file copyright
information consistent, so that it can be both human and machine
readable. It basically requires that all files have a header containing
copyright and licensing information. When this isn't possible, like
when dealing with binary assets, generated files or embedded third-party
dependencies, it is permitted to insert copyright information in the
`.reuse/dep5` file.

Oh, and it also requires that all the licenses used in the project are
present in the `LICENSES` folder, that's why the diff is so huge.
This can be done automatically with `reuse download --all`.

The `reuse` tool also contains a handy subcommand that analyzes the
project and tells whether or not the project is (still) compliant,
`reuse lint`.

Following REUSE has a few advantages over the current approach:

- Copyright information is easy to access for users / downstream
- Files like `dist/` do not need to exist anymore, as
  `.reuse/dep5` is used instead
- `reuse lint` makes it easy to ensure that copyright information of
  files like binary assets / images is always accurate and up to date

To add copyright information of files that didn't have it I looked up
who committed what and when, for each file. As yuzu contributors do not
have to sign a CLA or similar I couldn't assume that copyright ownership
was of the "yuzu Emulator Project", so I used the name and/or email of
the commit author instead.


Follow-up to 01cf05bc75
2022-07-27 12:53:49 +02:00