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From Dan Haywood <dkhayw...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (ISIS-3) Import Naked Objects code into the Apache repo
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2010 07:58:33 GMT

On 05/10/2010 07:32, Upayavira wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-10-04 at 20:55 +0000, Mark Struberg wrote:
>
> "IP cleared"? Is there anything you don't have the right to publish in
> there? Or is it just that you haven't ensured everything is licensed
> correctly?

It is IP cleared.

One of my sister projects to be imported currently uses Hibernate (LGPL) 
which needs to be removed as a dependency; this was identified in the 
proposal.

> The /asf/repos SVN repository is considered entirely public. Folks can
> get dumps of it, that will not sit behind the ASF authz file, so
> anything that you put in there will be visible to some folks.
>
> Remember that the rules for putting stuff into SVN are much more relaxed
> than those for making releases. So long as you aren't breaking
> copyright, you can put stuff into SVN.
>
> What is the stuff that you don't feel comfortable having public?
The codebases being imported currently live on SourceForge, so are 
already public.

Mark's suggestion (Mark is our champion) to import this stuff into a 
different area than trunk seemed reasonable to us, for two reasons:
1) It helps us separate out code with a non-ASF licensed dependencies.
2) It also lets us make sure we get things like imports and class 
renames sorted out before we move it into trunk.  One of the conditions 
from Naked Objects Group Ltd (who've granted an CCLA for this code) is 
that the product is no longer called "Naked Objects"; that means 
removing all references to "NakedObject" in the codebase (eg 
NakedObjectException -> IsisException).

Long term, I don't myself see any reason per se to mark that area 
private, other than to avoid confusion from anyone informally browsing 
the SVN repo and wondering which is the main trunk.  But I think Mark 
has also responded to your point.

Dan



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