Recently I tried to download the official node.js source debian packages, as described here.
For my largest surprise, their source repositories are simply empty (although they are part of their official apt source download list).
The (not debianized) node.js source code can be downloaded, that is okay. But their package repository, while it contains
deb-src entries in the apt configuration file, it has no source packages.
As a quick Wiki scan shows, node.js is originally in MIT license. In the case of GPL, I think it would be an obvious case, but with MIT license I am not so sure.
Can we consider it as a license breach? If yes, what would be the steps to do?