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From "pqf" <>
Subject Re: mod_fcgid license questions
Date Tue, 16 Dec 2008 08:23:12 GMT
Hi, all
    I have signed the two documents( and, and emailed the scan version to secretary at
    So what I should do next is? Should I contact all major contributors and ask for the agreement
to this: Or I just  identify all the major
contributors and wait for next step? Anything I can do please let me know :)



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
To: <>; "Ryan pan" <>
Sent: Saturday, December 13, 2008 11:18 AM
Subject: Re: mod_fcgid license questions

> pqf wrote:
>> Hi, guys
>>     Nice to meet you :) I hope I can help to clarify the questions.
> Likewise :)
>>>    When you wrote mod_fcgid, was there any code which you borrowed
>>>    from mod_fastcgi?
>> No. I didn't borrow any code from mod_fastcgi.
> That's good - we are looking at the headers you use and the fcgi package
> liberal licensing (as opposed to the mod_fastcgi package).
>>>    Your current intention is for mod_fcgid to be available under
>>>    the GPL version 2.0, correct?  Could you confirm that you wanted
>>>    the GPL to apply to all the mod_fcgid code?
>> Yes, I confirm I wanted the GPL version 2.0 apply to everything.
> So to clarify, you don't seem strongly married to any particular license.
> Is the AL 2.0 acceptable and would you be willing to license it such, or
> offer a software grant under the terms of the AL 2.0?  See
> we would also want to capture a CLA so that you can contribute your own
> ideas to the new code
> Finally, if there are other contributors to the efforts, aside from the
> obvious simple bug fixes and maintenance, we would need their buy-in as
> well, and count on you to identify such people that have shaped fcgid.
> Looking forward to this solution!
> Bill
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