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From "Jeff Potts (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (CMIS-312) Release cleanup issues
Date Tue, 08 Mar 2011 20:00:59 GMT


Jeff Potts commented on CMIS-312:

One of the pocoo (pocoo is the project that is responsible for Sphinx), Daniel Neuhäuser,
says that as long as we distribute only our src directory we do not have to do any kind of
attribution to comply with either Sphinx or JQuery.

[1:49pm] jpotts: The question is: What, if anything, do I need to do to properly comply with
Sphinx and JQuery licenses if all I am distributing is my set of rst files and the _static
[1:52pm] DasIch: jpotts: sphinx license doesn't apply as the data is at best generated
[1:53pm] DasIch: jpotts: if you don't distribute the build directory jquery license doesn't
apply either
[1:54pm] jpotts: okay, cool. thx Daslch
[1:55pm] DasIch: jpotts: if you are distributing the build directory the jquery license would
apply, jquery is dual licensed under mit and gpl so you can choose either
[1:56pm] DasIch: jpotts: the mit license simply asks you to distribute to copyright and permission
notice in all copies of the software see
[1:56pm] jpotts: we just distribute the src dir and not the build so it sounds like we're
[1:56pm] DasIch: yep

> Release cleanup issues
> ----------------------
>                 Key: CMIS-312
>                 URL:
>             Project: Chemistry
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: python-cmislib
>            Reporter: Jeff Potts
>            Priority: Minor
>  - There are still a few references to that now should point to Apache.
>  - Fix license header in src/cmislib/, src/tests/,
>  - Clarify if attribution is required when distributing Shinx generated documentation
and jQuery.

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