Welcome dr.mario, you've been white listed.
I don't know that I can answer the specific question. I recommend you read the license. We're not lawyers here. Having said that.... my __opinions__ based on my reading.
I'm not sure what you mean by "package up" the Catalyst driver. If you mean redistribute it, that violates the license, which says "You may not:... distribute, publish" etc.
Being proprietary, you cannot reverse engineer, decompile, etc. So IMHO you cannot port the Catalyst driver.
Using it for your own purposes on your own machine, typically that's fine. That's what we provide it for - your personal use on AMD hardware. But, read the license.
Hope this helps.
Thanks, that was the answer I was looking for, I understand the license restriction, it's for private use (eg. Android app development and test, and OpenCL app analysis). I'd have to find FOSS driver which works the best with GCN shaders (ie. the Gallium driver expect in-order graphics shaders, so it's more of lagfest on the recent card) if it's more of a public release due to restrictions outlined in the agreement. Also, I'd not modify the source codes of the driver itself, it'd cause problems, instead add the configuration file to bind the blob files during compilation, like usual with other Linux distro.