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From Andy Brown <>
Subject Re: Files for wiki/web links
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2011 03:47:39 GMT
Hi again, Shane.

I think I see now.  Any thing shown on a web page or not part of the
program does not need the license or copyright notice.  If it is
included with the software then it is required.


Shane Curcuru wrote:
> We've got a FAQ for that!
> Note that this page is the official policy for Apache software products,
> and is required in the future before Apache OpenOffice can graduate from
> the Incubator.  See also the "What scripts are available to update
> existing source headers?" FAQ on that page; there are some scripts to
> automate checking license headers that might be useful.
> Note that other organizations or individuals may use the Apache license
> as well, and may apply it in their own way(s), so you may have seen
> other styles of NOTICES and the like elsewhere.
> Separately, there is an Apache RAT (Release Audit Tool) podling:
> - Shane
> On 6/23/2011 8:09 PM, Andy Brown wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am working on a how to be put on the User wiki site and have a
>> question on the license wording, how much is required?  Would "This
>> document is released under AL2 license." be proper?  Or do I need to
>> copy the entire license?
>> TIA
>> Andy

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