It is my understanding that the Debian policy for Java  is
currently part of the java-common package, and thus licensed
under the GNU GPL v2 or later, as documented in the debian/copyright
Very good, this is important, especially in light of the future
plan to integrate it into the (general) Debian Policy Manual .
On the other hand, the copyright and licensing status of the
Debian policy for Java is not very clear, when this document
is viewed online from the Debian website .
Please include a clear "Copyright Notice" section (immediately
after the "Abstract" section) in order to explicitly state
the copyright and license for the document.
Examples are the Debian Policy Manual itself  and the Debian
Python Policy .
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