On Thu, 2002-05-02 at 16:03, Karl Fogel wrote:
> "Mark C. Chu-Carroll" <email@example.com> writes:
> > I'm delighted to announce that the Stellation project has officially
> > recieved permission to submit our system to the Eclipse foundation as an
> > open-source project under the CPL license. We're working with the
> > Eclipse folks to get the site set up, which will take a few weeks. A
> > Stellation mailing list will be up soon to discuss the projects charter,
> > and once there's a charter thats acceptable to everyone that's
> > interested, our Eclipse project goes live. I'll send one more brief note
> > to this list when the mailing list goes live.
> Good news, Mark! Glad to hear it.
Thank you. I'm thrilled beyond words to have finally gotten
through the whole process of getting permission to open it. It's been
a lot of work, but we made it. Now it's just a matter of logistics to
get the site set up.
I didn't find the actual license
> anywhere on
> so I don't know if Stellation and Subversion can swipe each others'
> code, though (?)...
We're working through Eclipse, which uses the CPL license. They have a
copy posted at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/cpl-v05.html.
Mark Craig Chu-Carroll, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
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Received on Thu May 2 22:18:50 2002