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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: Should I move JMood to the trunk?
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 15:07:27 GMT

Are you hosting these in the repo or are you simply depending on them? I 
assume you are just depending on them, but not checking them into the 
repo. If so, then that is ok, right Upayavira?

-> richard

Upayavira wrote:
> stephane.frenot@insa-lyon.fr wrote:
>> Humm, I have a question about this.
>> I have a bundle that uses jfree and jcommon librairies. These
>> libraries are available as standard maven artifacts. Can I consider
>> there licenses ASL compatible since they are provided through maven ?
> No, it isn't as simple as that. You need to look for the license
> specified against each item.
> Looking at jfree.org, it seems that resources there are licensed with
> the LGPL. Unfortunately, LGPL code cannot be included within ASF
> projects, as they place additional restrictions on usage that make it
> incompatible with the Apache License (for more info, see third party
> licensing link at http://www.apache.org/legal).
> That doesn't stop you using them, just that they can't be hosted at Apache.
> Are these utilities that you already have committed in the Felix repo,
> or ones that you would have liked to include?
> Regards, Upayavira
>> /stephane
>> On Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 12:40:37PM +0100, Upayavira wrote:
>>> santillan wrote:
>>>> Hi there,
>>>> After struggling with my ADSL line, I daresay JMood is ready for moving from
>>>> my sandbox (santillan) to the trunk. However, being a newbie, I don't want
>>>> to mess things just before the graduation voting. Should I do something
>>>> special? (e.g., create a JIRA issue, change something from the pom, ...)
>>> The issues regarding graduation are nothing to do with stability, more
>>> to do with licensing. Does this move involve any new dependencies? If
>>> so, are their licenses Apache License 2.0 compatible? If the answer is
>>> yes, then any change you make won't affect graduation discussions.
>>> Regards, Upayavira

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