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From Sam Ruby <ru...@intertwingly.net>
Subject Re: [FeedValidator] License of Test Files
Date Mon, 25 Sep 2006 17:21:53 GMT
Garrett Rooney wrote:
> Hi there.  I'm working on the Abdera
> (http://incubator.apache.org/abdera/) test suite, moving it from a
> model where it parses various atom feeds out on the internet to a
> model where the tests are stored in its source tree.  A big chunk of
> Abdera's tests are based on parsing the atom tests from
> feedparser.org.  I'd like to import those files into our source tree,
> but before I do that I just wanted to verify that the license they're
> distributed under is compatible.
> There doesn't seem to be an actual copy of the license in the nightly
> zip files, and while it says in
> http://www.feedvalidator.org/about.html that it's under the python
> license, but it doesn't say what version of python, or link to an
> actual copy of that license.  Since python has been under various
> licenses over the years, it seems somewhat unclear.
> So rather than digging around python.org and hoping I hit the right
> license, I was wondering if you could clarify for me what the actual
> license is.

I've updated the Feed Validator SVN and site to indicate that all code, 
documentation, and tests are available under the MIT license:


- Sam Ruby

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