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From Ken Wallis <>
Subject Re: Apache License swap for BlackBerry
Date Thu, 02 Feb 2012 19:32:28 GMT
Thanks Jukka for the pointer to the Apache process guidelines.  Since we
are the original copyright owner, we should play by those rules.

Drew, are the Nitobi and IBM entries being moved to a NOTICE file, or
removed completely?

Ken Wallis
Product Manager ­ BlackBerry WebWorks

Research In Motion
(905) 629-4746 x14369

-----Original Message-----
From: Jukka Zitting <>
Reply-To: <>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 20:26:39 +0100
To: <>
Subject: Re: Apache License swap for BlackBerry

>On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:25 PM, Drew Walters <> wrote:
>> - There are a couple of instances in the code (from Playbook
>> implementation) for a copyright of RIM.  Has RIM agreed to removal
>> of their copyright or does that need to be maintained in the source?
>Sounds like a case of
>> - The [1] file was apparently based on a BlackBerry
>> knowledge base article [2] as noted in the file header.  Its not clear
>> me whether I need to include information in the LICENSE or NOTICE file
>> this.
>Do we know the license of that code? If not, it would be good to
>clarify whether it's OK for us to redistribute it. Alternatively I'm
>sure there are plenty of other sources of similar functionality.
>> - The sample project provides ant-contrib.jar which is used to build the
>> project and includes the license (Apache 1.1) for it in the same
>>  I've added the required text to the NOTICE file, and have also added
>> license to the top level LICENSE.
>OK, sounds good.
>> - The sample project also includes a copy of Douglas Crockford's
>> [3] which is needed on BlackBerry OS 5 devices.  The file states it is
>> the public domain.  I've added what appears to be the license to the top
>> level LICENSE file.
>Did you already push these changes to the repository on git-wip-us?
>Jukka Zitting

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