I started packaging a snapshot of current svn in order to get our docutils package building on python-3.2 and noticed the addition of the docutils.math code. Unfortunately, the code appears to be licensed under the Apache v2 license. Is this intentional? If so, this is a major change in licensing as Apache 2 is not compatible with the GPLv2. Please consider contacting the author(s) of the code and switching it to BSD, MIT, Python license, public domain, or another license compatible with both the GPLv2 and GPLv3 ( http://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#GPLCompatibleLicenses ).
Also, if the license is not changed to Public Domain, the COPYING.txt file needs to be updated to show which files are under another license (and if it stays Apache 2, that the note about GPL compatibility is updated to reflect that it is no longer compatible with GPLv2; only with GPLv3.)