On Tue, 2008-12-09 at 23:03 +0100, Matthias Saou wrote:
> > >>>>> "TC" == Tom \"spot\" Callaway <Tom> writes:
> > TC> Given that it does not give permission for us to redistribute (the
> > TC> cornerstone requirement for Content licenses), this license is not
> > TC> acceptable for Fedora.
> > I guess I'm glad I looked before approving the package, but I have to
> > wonder: Do the cacert folks actually want anyone to use their
> > certificates? I mean, this prevents basically everyone from using
> > them, because they can't come with the OS or the browser.
> Personally, the more I read the document, the more I'm confused.
> "You may NOT distribute certificates or root keys under this
> licence"... does this mean we can distribute under a different license?
Well, sortof. The wording here is strange because you can get a
different license from the CA issuer. We can't just pick a license, but
the CA issuer might be willing to give us a different one.
> Would it be worth getting in contact with CAcert.org in order to try
> and have them allow us to redistribute the root certs under conditions
> which are acceptable to the Fedora Project?
Probably, yes. :)
On 04/23/2012 06:18 PM, Yaniv Dary wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Juan Hernandez"<juan.hernandez(a)redhat.com>
>> To: "Yaniv Dary"<ydary(a)redhat.com>
>> Cc: "Tom Callaway"<tcallawa(a)redhat.com>, legal(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
>> Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 7:01:22 PM
>> Subject: Re: [Fedora-legal-list] Packaging oVirt generated source
>> On 04/23/2012 05:20 PM, Tom Callaway wrote:
>>> On 04/23/2012 10:50 AM, Juan Hernandez wrote:
>>>> We would like to package for fedora the Data Ware House component
>>>> oVirt, which contains parts generated using Talend Open Studio
>>>> (see ).
>>>> This tool allows the user to define graphically some data flows
>>>> transformations and then generates Java code. The generated Java
>>>> states in the header that the license is LGPL and the tool itself
>>>> to be open source using GPL v2 (see ).
>>>> Is it acceptable from the legal point of view to create a Fedora
>>>> using the generated Java code as the source?
>>> Is _all_ code generated via Talend Open Studio automatically marked
>>> being LGPL, or is this a decision that the use generating the Java
>>> makes consciously?
>> I think that all the code is marked LGPL, there is no other
>> Yaniv, can you confirm this?
> This is correct.
Tom, did you get this response from Yaniv Dary? Any comments?