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From "Craig R. McClanahan" <>
Subject Re: [digester] relicensing to apache2.0
Date Sat, 28 Feb 2004 18:08:31 GMT
Quoting Simon Kitching <>:

> Hi,
> I'm willing to do the relicensing work for digester.
> I've experimented with the ReplaceLicense tool in committers repo, and
> it seems simple enough. 
> Unless anyone objects, I will apply/commit the new license in about 48
> hours from now.

+1 ... Thanks, Simon.

> Note: I've grepped for copyright statements in Digester, and found none
> other than the ASF one. There are some @author statements for people who
> are not apache committers, but those people were either contributing new
> files with apache licenses/copyrights on the top, or providing patches
> to files already copyrighted ASF so I can't see any legal issues (IANAL
> and all that). In short, I can't see anything different in Digester from
> the other projects currently relicensing.

The present trend is also towards removing @author tags, and that's fine with me
as well ... although it's probably better as a separate set of commits.

> Regards,
> Simon


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