bureaucracy bull c%^&*
So I was jsut reading the gpl3 and some other stuff and guess what..................
Every package must be accompanied by a verbatim copy of its copyright information and distribution license in the file /usr/share/doc/package/copyright (see Copyright information, Section 12.5 for further details).
We reserve the right to restrict files from being included anywhere in our archives if
their use or distribution would break a law,
there is an ethical conflict in their distribution or use,
we would have to sign a license for them, or
their distribution would conflict with other project policies.
Programs whose authors encourage the user to make donations are fine for the main distribution, provided that the authors do not claim that not donating is immoral, unethical, illegal or something similar; in such a case they must go in non-free.
Packages whose copyright permission notices (or patent problems) do not even allow redistribution of binaries only, and where no special permission has been obtained, must not be placed on the Debian FTP site and its mirrors at all.
Note that under international copyright law (this applies in the United States, too), no distribution or modification of a work is allowed without an explicit notice saying so. Therefore a program without a copyright notice is copyrighted and you may not do anything to it without risking being sued! Likewise if a program has a copyright notice but no statement saying what is permitted then nothing is permitted.
Many authors are unaware of the problems that restrictive copyrights (or lack of copyright notices) can cause for the users of their supposedly-free software. It is often worthwhile contacting such authors diplomatically to ask them to modify their license terms. However, this can be a politically difficult thing to do and you should ask for advice on the debian-legal mailing list first, as explained below.
When in doubt about a copyright, send mail to email@example.com. Be prepared to provide us with the copyright statement. Software covered by the GPL, public domain software and BSD-like copyrights are safe; be wary of the phrases "commercial use prohibited" and "distribution restricted".
I can not find any of these files for phpmyadmin ect PLZ help
This will massively Help with getting Zpanel X into debians repos.