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RE: [ecf-dev] Initial upload of jSLP provider to

> SVN at contains a project usable from inside Eclipse (IIRC
> is missing to turn it into a working bundle). But even
> as a precompiled binary project source can still be attached. The
> source
> just has to be included in the bundle.

We can change this, if you like.

> > If we want to move the jSLP bundle over to, at some
> > point we will have to submit a contribution questionnaire, along with
> a
> > particular version of the source code to Eclipse Foundation's IP
> > at that point, we will have to use a stable version of
> the
> > source (since a change in version will trigger an additional legal
> review).

There are a couple of minor things to change before jSLP can go 1.0. On my
agenda, I mainly have the point of implementing the possibility to add new
network interfaces while jSLP is running (kind of hotplugging). Some people
have asked for this. Markus had a couple of other bugs and features to work

> I'm not sure if Jan is really into this, but theoretically it would be
> possible to move the whole OSGi jSLP to and license it
> under the EPL? Then we would be allowed to continue development
> directly
> at

I would have no objections against it. The Sourceforge project could then be
used to host the non-OSGi version of jSLP. 



ETH Zurich, MSc Jan S. Rellermeyer,
Information and Communication Systems Research Group (IKS), 
Department of Computer Science, 
IFW B 47.1, Haldeneggsteig 4, CH–8092 Zürich Tel +41 44 632 30 38,

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