[Printing-architecture] [lsb-discuss] Google Summer of Code 2009: The Application for the Linux Foundation as Mentoring Organization

Till Kamppeter till.kamppeter at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 01:32:16 PDT 2009

Thank you for the info. I have put the correct license info into the 
ideas list.



Wichmann, Mats D wrote:
>    All the work produced by the Linux Foundation is free software
>    according to the OSI definitions, but there is no requirement for a
>    specific license. The licenses are selected depending on what is
>    most suitable for each individual project.
> Just a little clarification:
>      * LSB: mostly GPL, some tools Artistic
> There are still some things in Artistic, but it's extremely
> unlikely a student project would get into those areas.
> the tools I believe you reference are now BSD to improve
> reusability in other projects - this is a change this year.
> (And of course the spec is GNU FDL)

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