|Re: [orbit-dev] ClearlyDefined Now Supported|
If third-party content is not known to IPZilla, then ClearlyDefined can be used. When an entry is known to ClearlyDefined and has a score of at least 75 and all discovered licenses are on the Eclipse Foundation’s approved licenses list, then the content can be used without further action.
In Orbit, we now support ClearlyDefined as a source for licensing
information. Once contributed to the ip_log.xml of a bundle , the
data will appear on the downloads page with the text 'ClearlyDefined'
that links to the information.
It has been mentioned in the past  that you can consider the content
acceptable if its effective score is above 50. I would think this
applies to the effective score for licensing, and not overall, since
I've seen cases  where the overall score is above 50, with no
licensing information at all.
I'll update our README in orbit-recipes as well as documentation to
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