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From Stuart Roebuck <>
Subject Re: experimental XSLTC-2, a clarification
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2002 12:27:24 GMT
Do I take it that this means that the discussed improvements to XSLTC 
are no longer Apache license compatible and cannot therefore be relied 
upon to be something that can be integrated into Cocoon in the future?

If so, it looks like, given the speed benefits, we need to encourage 
participation in another attempt at the same thing.


On Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at 10:01 pm, Jacek R. Ambroziak wrote:

> On Wednesday 06 March 2002 04:23 pm, Tom Amiro wrote:
>> It does not seem ethical or even legal to take open
>> source software -- even if you were the original
>> architect -- and use it for your own purposes.
> Strong words Tom.
> This case has nothing to do with my being
> the original XSLTC inventor and developer.
> Everybody uses this software as all othe Apache Software
> "for their own purposes"  commercial or otherwise
> and there is nothing illegal or unethical about that.
> At this point I am just another user who rather urgently
> needs a version that works as desired.
> I was perfectly aware that my explanation
> would be disappointing to some people.
> --Jacek
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