Or is it mine only? This is what I received today. Note WordPress removed first the plugin, then asked me to be GPL compliant:
Your plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/imdb-link-transformer has had to be temporarily withdrawn from the WordPress plugin, as it contains code that has not been released under the GPL (or a compatible license)
The file containing the code is: highslide
Plugins are, and have always been, required to be GPL (or compatible) licensed, as clearly stated at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/about/
Anyone should be able to download any plugin in the repository, confident that they can use and adapt that code as they see fit, within the strictures of GPL. By including code that is not GPL, this undermines the rights of the person whose code was used and violates the repository guidelines. When we become aware of a licensing issue, the plugin is closed and the author emailed immediately. This rule applies equally to all users of the repository. Once the non-GPL code is removed, and the new version committed, the plugin can be re-opened. This timeframe for this is entirely dependent on the speed of response.
Please remove the code and alter the plugin so it is not required, so your plugin can be returned to the directory. We suggest you find alternate code that is GPL compatible and use that instead. For more information on what types of licenses are compatible with GPL, please review the following links:
If you must keep this code, it is permissible to load this code remotely under the following conditions:
the source must be the site that created the code, it cannot be hosted elsewhere (i.e. hosting Google’s code on your own site is not permissible)
the blog owner must document the reason the code needs loading, where it is loading from, and all conditions under which it can be used (i.e. the licensing and usage information)
If the code is a .js file, it cannot be minified or otherwise obfuscated (i.e. no foo.js and foo.dev.js files)
Please let us know when you have made and committed the changes so the plugin can be reviewed and re-opened.