thanks for your message. I don't quite understand where you
requirement of an Executable printing some license note on
I cannot find this in the Guide To Legal Docs. Anyway, my
of this is as follows:
1.) Each dstore server downloadable archive (e.g.
must include the following
files in its root folder:
2.) Each JAR file in the dstore server "should" contain the
Though I don't think this is required
since all dstore JAR archives are in the
same folder, and
all of them are under the same epl-v10.html terms.
3.) When launching the dstore daemon or server, it should
like what we have in the Source file
Copyright Headers, e.g.:
DStore Server (c) 2004, 2008 IBM
Corporation and others.
All rights reserved. This program
and the accompanying materials
are made available under
the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0
accompanies this distribution, and is available at
Does this sound appropriate? - Given that with the Eclipse
and DSDP, an increasing amount of Software like daemons,
agents or other
runtime components is shipped by Eclipse.org
which is *not* organized in
a normal Eclipse product installation, it might make sense
to update the
"Guide to Legal Docs" to include these special
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical
Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project
Lead, DSDP PMC Member
purposes of the Ganymede release, we are reviewing About Files (which include
the licensing information and links) as well as IP Logs only. You do not
need to provide any other required notices at this
a look at Item #2 below and am attaching a link to the Eclipse Guide to Legal
Documentation which will help you in ensuring the material available from
Eclipse and/or any of our mirrored sites contain the correct license
information, etc. At a minimum, we would expect a user to be
presented with a license and about file when opening an Executable.
Further we would also expect the same notices to be available in any nested
jar file(s) contained within an Executable.
Thank you for identifying
the TCF Incubating component is not being included as part of Ganymede.
We would not expect to see the About Files for it since it is not
acknowledge that you have included some of the About Files that originate from
reuse of Orbit bundles.
We will be back in touch should be have any
other questions as we review the About Files.
Oberhuber, Martin [mailto:Martin.Oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 7:24
To: Janet Campbell; Anne
Subject: DSDP-TM 3.0
About Files for Review
Hello Janet & Legal
attached are the DSDP-TM 3.0
(Ganymede) About Files for Review.
I was unsure about 3
- Do you
also need the feature's license.html / feature.properties
offering includes a Server software which is plain Java and not running
The downloadable server archives are named
These archives do not currently include any
Do we need to add it? What would be the proper place in the
archive for adding it?
FYI, one example download is
our previous (RSE 2.0) release we also had these server downloads already,
and they were released without an about.html.
- our TCF
component, which is currently in incubation, does not currently show up on
the "Downloads" page, so we do not consider it part of Ganymede. Should we
still send in the about files for it? (They are not included in the current
Note that attached archvie also
contains some (few) Orbit abouts, which I believe have been submitted
separately by Jeff McAffer.
I'll send in our frozen IP Log as
soon as 2 remaining issues with inconsistency between
maintained tm-log.csv and the bugzilla "contributed" keyword are
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of
Technical Staff, Wind
Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member