Copyright: 2019-2020 Nobuyoshi Nakada, Yusuke Endoh
Copyright: 2020 Antonio Terceiro <email@example.com>
Comment: The Debian packaging is licensed under the same terms as the source.
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The upstream sources at the moment only says this:
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the [2-Clause BSD
Upstream has been asked to explicitly include the full source of the license.
There is an [open issue](https://github.com/ruby/ruby2_keywords/issues/4) and
an open pull [request](https://github.com/ruby/ruby2_keywords/pull/5) to
However, given they explicitly link to the license definition in the OSI site,
the actual distribution terms should be unambiguous enough.