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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: third-party components on the wiki?
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2015 12:29:18 GMT
We have links to 3rd party .. whatever related to Camel at the user stories page

The external component list is fine to add 3rd part, but we have to
make sure the license is correct, and that those projects are of more
common interest and that they are active etc. There is plenty of half
dead camel-xxx on github etc.

But my concern about that TWS component is that licesing? Its unclear
what the user can and cannot do.

On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 9:28 AM, Daniel Pocock <> wrote:
> What is the policy about adding third-party components to the wiki?
> Is it only for components in the main Camel repository?
> Are things that belong in Camel-extra welcome in the wiki?
> What about components that are not part of either repository, e.g.
> because of dependencies or just because the maintainer wants to keep the
> component in a personal Github repository?
> Even if the documentation for such components is not welcome on the
> wiki, is it OK to link to them on external sites from the component list
> page?  This may also help to avoid conflict over URI prefixes in future.

Claus Ibsen
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