REUSE compliance of fsfe-system-hackers/ssh-key-distributor

Unfortunately, git.fsfe.org/fsfe-system-hackers/ssh-key-distributor is not REUSE compliant and does not fully adopt the recommendations to make software licensing easy for humans and machines alike. Have a look at our tutorial to learn about the three simple steps to become REUSE compliant.

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Last lint output

Commit c94241745cfe77019f0a70a0edd9dc72e88751be was checked on 06 May 2021 11:52:24 UTC with the following result:

# MISSING COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING INFORMATION

The following files have no copyright and licensing information:
* tasks/deploy_authorized_keys.yml


# SUMMARY

* Bad licenses:
* Deprecated licenses:
* Licenses without file extension:
* Missing licenses:
* Unused licenses:
* Used licenses: AGPL-3.0-or-later
* Read errors: 0
* Files with copyright information: 20 / 21
* Files with license information: 20 / 21

Unfortunately, your project is not compliant with version 3.0 of the REUSE Specification :-(