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Overview of the Issue
This repository is missing any hints towards the applicable open source license. This makes it impossible to use packer-plugin-docker beyond viewing and forking the source code as guaranteed by the GitHub TOS.
From the looks of it, this problem may also affect Packer itself, because many versions also include source code from this repository.
If the code originates from packer, then it must also provided under the terms of the MPL 2.0 (or a compatible license), here. If the code originates from here, then packer as a whole may not be provided under the MPL 2.0, unless the copyright holders/contributors also chose to provided it under MPL 2.0 over at packer, but not here (which the outside world has now way of knowing).
Could you please shed some light on this?
- Check for a LICENSE file in the expected places.
- Find none.
Plugin and Packer version
Affects all versions/revisions of packer-plugin-docker.
Copies of packer-plugin-docker source code included in packer versions up to v1.7.2 (removed in https://github.com/hashicorp/packer/commit/0f6a081724b81299b73ec8cdce75ad3b44f89baa).
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