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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "NiFiProposal" by JosephWitt
Date Thu, 20 Nov 2014 01:55:40 GMT
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The "NiFiProposal" page has been changed by JosephWitt:
https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/NiFiProposal?action=diff&rev1=15&rev2=16

  Previously referred to as Niagarafiles, the Ni``Fi code and documentation materials will
be submitted by the National Security Agency.  Ni``Fi has been developed by a mix of government
employees and private companies under government contract.  Material developed by the government
employees is in the public domain and no U.S. copyright exists in works of the federal government.
 For the contractor developed material in the initial submission, the U.S. Government has
sufficient authority to open source per DFARS 252.227-7014.  NSA has submitted the Software
Grant Agreement and Corporate Contributor License Agreement to the Apache Software Foundation.
  
  == External Dependencies ==
- We believe all current dependencies are compatible with the ASF guidelines.  All of our
dependency licenses come from the following license styles:  Apache v 2.0, BSD, Public Domain,
Eclipse Public v1, MIT, LGPL v2.1, CDDL v1.
+ We have at least one dependency on an LGPL library which we will promptly address.  Otherwise,
we believe all current dependencies are compatible with the ASF guidelines.  Our dependency
licenses come from the following license styles:  Apache v 2.0, BSD, Public Domain, Eclipse
Public v1, MIT, CDDL v1.
  
  == Cryptography ==
  Consistent with http://www.apache.org/licenses/exports/ we believe Ni``Fi is classified
as ECCN 5D002.  Ni``Fi doesn't implement any cryptographic algorithms but is designed to use
algorithms provided by Oracle Java Cryptographic Extensions, Bouncy``Castle, and JCraft, Inc.
 These cryptographic algorithm providers are used to support SSL, SSH/SFTP, and the encryption
and decryption of sensitive properties.  In the event that it becomes necessary we will engage
with appropriate Apache members to ensure we file any necessary paperwork or clarified any
cryptographic export license concerns.

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