[Fedora-spins] Fedora Scientific: Including PiCloud?
droidery at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 05:42:22 UTC 2012
I am updating the kickstart file for Fedora Scientific. I am keen to
include the PiCloud client library (http://www.picloud.com/), having
been quite impressed with the ease of use. From my last check, it is
not available in the Fedora package repository, however its
installable from PyPi (using python-pip), so I do a python-pip install
in the %post part of my kickstart file.
PiCloud sources are distributed under the LGPL license - you can get
the source (only after creating a (free) account)). This is the
LICENSE file content:
Copyright (c) 2009-2011 PiCloud, Inc. All rights reserved.
All files within the PiCloud cloud client package distribution are
subject to the
GNU Lesser General Public License v 2.1,described within COPYING.LESSER,
save for the following which are covered under licenses described within
their respective files/directories:
I hope its legally OK to include this library in the spin?
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