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From Henri Yandell <>
Subject Re: [Graph2] nsUML license problem
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 19:47:01 GMT

On 5 Feb 2003, Jason van Zyl wrote:

> On Wed, 2003-02-05 at 14:11, David Dixon-Peugh wrote:
> > The nsUML stuff isn't central to the Graph package.
> >
> > Indeed it might be better off if it isn't included
> > in the Jars.  I can see taking some of the domain
> > packages and distributing them separately.
> >
> > (Its doubtful that many people need to convert
> > statecharts from UML into Graphs for manipulation.)
> These are the kinds of things that shouldn't be necessary though. It's
> in there because it was serving a purpose and needs to be removed
> because of bureaucratic nonsense. It just doesn't sit well.

Is it bureaucratic or idealogical? If the ASF website is breaking the
rules of a GPL licence, can the ASF complain when another entity breaks
their licence?

Is it a case of 'practice what you preach'?


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