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From "J Aaron Farr" <fa...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Making a non ASF project, ASF friendly
Date Sat, 06 Jan 2007 22:56:17 GMT
On 1/6/07, Chris Howe <cjhowe76013@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Scenario:
> A project (Project A) is set up on Source Forge by
> individuals as the only legal entities.  Project A is
> setup under the Apache License V2.  What would Project
> A need to do beforehand to ensure that all code
> committed to Project A's SVN is available for an
> existing ASF project to incorporate into it's code
> base in  the following scenarios:

>From a purely legal and policy standpoint, any AL2 licensed work can
be included in an ASF work.  So all your situations should be fine
just by having the sf.net project use the Apache License.  The only
tricky part is if a contribution is "significant" and that's only
because of policy not license restrictions.

-- 
  jaaron

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