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From Richard Eckart de Castilho <richard.eck...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Bringing in a class from a different project
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2013 13:21:12 GMT
Yes, I wrote it. But strictly speaking I'd count has having been written
during working hours, which is why I mentioned that the CCLA is on file
as well.

-- Richard

Am 19.04.2013 um 13:55 schrieb Marshall Schor <msa@schor.com>:

> IANAL, but I think this is similar to other scenarios that involve adding
> resources to things we distribute.  It all depends on the license of the 3rd
> party code. If the code is licensed under the ASL (current version), then you
> can add it.  If it has mandatory "notices" that must accompany it, then these
> would need to be added to the NOTICES file for any distribution which contains it.
> In general, software grants are for "substantial" amounts of code or where
> there's some questions as to the code's legal issues.  It sounds to me that you
> wrote this code, is that correct?
> -Marshall
> On 4/19/2013 6:58 AM, Richard Eckart de Castilho wrote:
>> Hi,
>> this is basically a legal question, but I'll try it here first.
>> I have a small class called ClosureResourceProvider in a project of mine called DKPro
Core, which I work on here in Darmstadt - it is already licensed under the ASL. [1]
>> I have a CLA and CCLA from the University on file at Apache.
>> I'd like to move that class into a new uimafit-groovy module.
>> Can I do that or would that require a new SGA?
>> Cheers,
>> -- Richard
>> [1] http://code.google.com/p/dkpro-lab/source/browse/de.tudarmstadt.ukp.dkpro.lab/de.tudarmstadt.ukp.dkpro.lab.groovy/src/main/groovy/de/tudarmstadt/ukp/dkpro/lab/groovy/uima/ClosureResourceProvider.java?r=e0f75f216c26a1663a5ae03d743fb00b2b592649

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