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From Shane Curcuru <shane_curc...@yahoo.com>
Subject Code/jar licensing issues resolution for xml-commons project
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 16:36:20 GMT
Here's a report on the licensing status of files in the xml-commons
project repository currently.  If anyone has any questions about this
topic, please raise them now; this is also notice for the pmc@xml of
what the xml-commons project has done to ensure clear license for all
our files.

Jar or other executable files: none checked in to our repository.

Source files: given the nature of the xml-commons project, the various
sources within the project are licensed in several different ways.  In
particular, the DOM and SAX sources are non-ASF code under what I
believe to be ASF-friendly licenses.  
This is clearly explained in a number of files in our repository,


Each of these files is in an obvious place in the repository and will
be in any future distributions, and the top-level README.txt links
specifically to the other licenses.

All other code in the xml-commons repository is ASF code from a variety
of different contributors, including the whole xml-commons/java/src
tree as well as the xml-commons/java/external/src/javax/ tree as noted
by edwingo below:

- Shane

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