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From Wilfredo Sánchez Vega <wsanc...@wsanchez.net>
Subject Re: When is a derivative not a derivative?
Date Tue, 20 Feb 2007 19:08:57 GMT
   The compilation can't be called Apache, but it is certainly  
reasonable to say that it includes Apache, unless they've modified it,  
in which case it is no longer Apache.

   As to Bill's original question, my understanding has always been  
that "enhancements and bugfixes" make it not Apache unless you get  
permission saying otherwise from the ASF.

   When I first ported Apache to Rhapsody, I got special permission  
for Apple to continue using the name.  In exchanges, we agreed to make  
every effort to integrate our patches into Apache in a reasonable time  
frame, so as to eliminate the differences, and we published the  
patched sources online in the meantime.


On Feb 16, 2007, at 5:29 AM, Niclas Hedhman wrote:

> OTOH, if a compilation is considered derivative work, none can be  
> delivered as
> Apache bundles/packages/code, which seems contradictory to the  
> entire OSS
> movement. Yet Another IANAL.

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