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From Stephen Mallette <spmalle...@gmail.com>
Subject Advice on binary NOTICE
Date Fri, 18 Mar 2016 14:57:42 GMT
The Jackson JSON processing lib which is Apache 2.0 licensed carries this
NOTICE file:

------------------------------------------
# Jackson JSON processor

Jackson is a high-performance, Free/Open Source JSON processing library.
It was originally written by Tatu Saloranta (tatu.saloranta@iki.fi), and has
been in development since 2007.
It is currently developed by a community of developers, as well as supported
commercially by FasterXML.com.

## Licensing

Jackson core and extension components may be licensed under different
licenses.
To find the details that apply to this artifact see the accompanying
LICENSE file.
For more information, including possible other licensing options, contact
FasterXML.com (http://fasterxml.com).

## Credits

A list of contributors may be found from CREDITS file, which is included
in some artifacts (usually source distributions); but is always available
from the source code management (SCM) system project uses.
------------------------------------------

Does anyone have any advice on what portion of this is relevant for
inclusion in a binary NOTICE file? Should it all be included perhaps?

Perhaps more generally, given

http://www.apache.org/dev/licensing-howto.html#alv2-dep

where it says,

"If the dependency supplies a NOTICE file, its contents must be analyzed
and the relevant portions bubbled up into the top-level NOTICE file."

is there any more detailed information on how "relevant portions" get
determined?

Thanks,

Stephen

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