[deepamehta-devel] License Files
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Di Jun 24 12:28:49 CEST 2008
Jörg proposed to give the licence files modest different names. A quick
research of well known projects shows the following results:
project name of the licence file
Java (OpenJDK) LICENSE
Linux Kernel COPYING
OpenOffice in Sourcefiles
In my opinion it is best to do it the way the other do. So my prefered
proposition for the naming of the licence files is:
Alternate, in respect to Java, I propose:
And, finally, to respect Jörgs wishes, here's my third proposition:
I propose to do it the Apache way: For each possibility every one can
tell if he's positive (+), negative (-) or indifferent (0). And at the
end we take the one with the most agreement.
So my opinion is:
Am Sonntag, den 22.06.2008, 21:10 +0200 schrieb Jörg Richter:
> Hi Urs,
> thank you for adding the license files!
> Your SVN operation looks OK.
> Just one note:
> Pperhaps it is a good idea to rename the files:
> licence -> LICENSE.txt
> lizenz -> LICENSE-de.txt
> This way the naming would match the README files.
> Please note: I prefere "License" -- with an s --, the american english
> form. All DeepaMehta texts are written in american english, like the
> GPL3 itself.
> Furthermore you are now an administrator for the Berlios bug tracking
> and feature request tools. This means you can make changes to bug
> reports and feature requests. Now you are able to close your feature
> request #004180 by yourself.
> Thanks for your first check-in!
> On 18.06.2008, at 17:03, Urs Lerch wrote:
> > Hi,
> > a few minutes ago I finished my first contribution and added the
> > licence
> > file for the GNU GPL Version 3 in English and German (unofficial, as
> > noted in the file).
> > As this is my first experience with Subversion (I always used CVS
> > before), feel free to comment if I haven't done it the way it is
> > expected.
> > For this task I opened the feature request 004180. Now I'd like to
> > close
> > it, but it seems that I have no write access other than comments. Can
> > anybody help? Am I not expected to assign bugs or features to myself?
> > Regards,
> > Urs
> > Am Dienstag, den 10.06.2008, 18:01 +0200 schrieb Jörg Richter:
> >> Dear Developers,
> >> we have a new DeepaMehta developer: Urs Lerch from Switzerland.
> >> Currently he is doing his PhD about open source and would like to use
> >> his knowledge in a practice-based open source project. From now on he
> >> has SVN write permission.
> >> www.deepamehta.de/docs/humans.html#friends
> >> His first tasks are
> >> 1) adding a LICENSE file. The upcoming DeepaMehta 2.0b8 release will
> >> use the GPL 3 license
> >> 2) sourcecode maintenance regarding Java Collections Framework. See
> >> bug
> >> report:
> >> https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?
> >> func=detailbug&bug_id=14005&group_id=5174
> >> 3) Quality assurance (nightly builds). Installation tests on various
> >> platforms and database systems
> >> He is also interested to foster the DeepaMehta community process and
> >> to
> >> network the DeepaMehta project with other Open Source projects. He is
> >> the guy who e.g. initiated DeepaMehta's participation with the Google
> >> Summer of Code event.
> >> Welcome Urs!
> >> Jörg R.
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