I'm reviewing the calendar-module for inclusion into the fedora linux-distribution. Part of the package review is looking at the licensing of the package to make sure that the code is actually free software under a license fit for use and distribution as part of the fedora project.
calendar-6.x-2.0-rc6.tar.gz does contain a copy of the GNU GPLv2 as LICENSE.TXT but it doesn't state anywhere that the code is actually licensed under the GPL. There are no copyright-headers in the code either.
Could you please add at least a line to the readme-file stating which license the code is under (I'm guessing either GPLv2 or GPLv2 or any later version). Thanks!
PS: See http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.html if you have any questions.