Hi, I'm opening this issue because there are a couple files under doc/scapy and a commit that states the license as CC-By-NC-SA-2.5 (and I can't reopen issues :-). As pointed out in the comment in #3321, it makes these files unsuitable for Debian. I'll paste the snippets of the files for the record.

doc/scapy/index.rst:

.. Scapy documentation master file, created by sphinx-quickstart on Mon Sep  8 19:37:39 2008.
   You can adapt this file completely to your liking, but it should at least
   contain the root `toctree` directive.
 
Welcome to Scapy's documentation!
=================================
 
.. image:: graphics/scapy_logo.png
   :scale: 20
   :align: center
 
:Version: |version|
:Release: |release|
:Date: |today|
 
This document is under a `Creative Commons Attribution - Non-Commercial 
- Share Alike 2.5 <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/>`_ license.

doc/scapy/layers/automotive.rst:

.. note:: This document is under a `Creative Commons Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike 2.5 <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/>`_ license.

#################################
Automotive-specific Documentation
#################################

.. sectionauthor:: Nils Weiss <[email protected]>

And the commit mentioning the license is 652baabe1fffc3dff6c3f11d37763e529ee3cb8f. Which says:

Added several tutorial sections, one-liners and recipes by Peter Kacherginsky

Peter had written a very nice tutorial on his web site http://thesprawl.org/memdump/doku.php?id=tools:scapy and kindly allowed me to add it to our docs under the CC BY-NC-SA-2.5 license.

Things are a little gray since most of the docs files don't have a license boilerplate, but looking the online documentation landing page it seems to imply everything is under CC-By-NC-SA-2.5 in my opinion (I'm not an lawyer or expert on the matter though):

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Originally posted by @charles2910 in https://github.com/secdev/scapy/issues/3031#issuecomment-1404305628

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