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From Bruce Snyder <>
Subject Re: Who are working on the JCA integration part
Date Mon, 18 Aug 2003 17:25:56 GMT
This one time, at band camp, James Strachan said:

JS>On Monday, August 18, 2003, at 06:09  pm, Bruce Snyder wrote:
JS>> This one time, at band camp, James Strachan said:
JS>> JS>
JS>> JS>On Monday, August 18, 2003, at 02:13  pm, David Jencks wrote:
JS>> JS>
JS>> JS>> I have the copyright on the (initial) WorkManager implementation 
JS>> from
JS>> JS>> JBoss 4/Elba and am happy to donate the code to Geronimo, 
JS>> although I
JS>> JS>> still don't understand clearly if this is allowed.  In any case 
JS>> it is
JS>> JS>> fairly simple code.
JS>> JS>
JS>> JS>If you are the sole copyright of some code you should be able to 
JS>> add it
JS>> JS>to Geronimo if you want to, providing it gets relicenced as ASF.
JS>> And what about the case where somebody is a co-copyright holder?
JS>All the copyright holders need to agree to contribute the code and 
JS>submit CLAs to Apache.
JS>(Warning, lots of Exolabs stuff is copyrighted to Exoffice in the 
JS>licence at the top of the file, so you'd need them to allow it)

Yes, I'm aware of this and I have no idea if any progress was made toward
this effort.

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