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From Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>
Subject Re: Licensing question (contribution to VCL project)
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2012 18:47:29 GMT
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I'm think you can license your plugin for Moodle under whatever license you 
want, as long as it wasn't an extension of existing Moodle code.

I've cc'd the legal list to verify this is correct.

Legal list - a little more background:  VCL is a cloud provisioning system.  
It has an XMLRPC API that allows other systems to interact with it.  Aaron 
Coburn has written a plugin for Moodle that allows a user to make a 
reservation in VCL via a Moodle site.  He would like to contribute this plugin 
to the VCL project.


On Friday, August 10, 2012 6:35:04 PM Aaron Coburn wrote:
> I have cleaned up the VCL block I wrote for Moodle and tested it with
> version 2.3. I would like to release it, but one of you might be able to
> give some insight into the licensing details.
> Moodle is licensed under the GPL v3 and the VCL is licensed under the Apache
> license v2. Are there any incompatibilities there? Is there any reason that
> the moodle plugin needs to be licensed under the GPL or can it be released
> under the Apache license? I would like to make the license as compatible as
> possible with the VCL so that the project would be able to distribute this
> code as well (since there seems to be interest).
> Thanks in advance!
> Aaron
> --
> Aaron Coburn
> Systems Administrator and Programmer
> Academic Technology Services, Amherst College
> acoburn@amherst.edu<mailto:acoburn@amherst.edu>
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North Carolina State University

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