Next in turn is "etc/emacskeys.sco" (and to break the one by one
paradigm I also enclose "etc/emacsstrs.sco" in this question.)
These two files were discussed in the thread:
One of the alternatives was just to delete them which sounds good to
me. The logic being:
Unclear license, unclear copyright and probably not needed -> remove.
These types of files can always be introduced again later and then
with good reasons and with a solid copyright and license.
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