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From Richard Downer <>
Subject Re: [IP CLEARANCE] Apache Brooklyn - CLI
Date Mon, 07 Mar 2016 14:05:21 GMT
Alex, Justin, all,

Thank you for your comments. With your comments in mind, I will make
this statement for the record:

Regarding the subject of the Software Grant Agreement, download link:
SHA1: 5b5ef46c56adfff8ca86cca04694d5abc10ec447
SHA256: 0cfaac11df7075c723bfb982ed5852d790fa195dcfe67c9bbbd545f34df71770

The folder brooklyn-cli-b8b39e54ecbb7c12f4828783f07bec978a76b7be/br/Godeps
is *excluded* from the code grant; this folder contains bundled
dependencies licensed by 3rd parties using the MIT and BSD licenses.

With this folder removed from the ZIP file using the command zip -d brooklyn-cli-b8b39e54ecbb7c12f4828783f07bec978a76b7be/br/Godeps\*,
the hashes become:
SHA1: 91fda2ca20c4b171985e1f5bb545ed8a236123dd
SHA256: 4de28b308ad09f0e5642b4cefdd54b1c91b255fecd00184763a7d260bf8ec12d

I am updating the IP Clearance record with this same statement.

Is this sufficient notice for the record to address your comments?


[Sorry for the delay in replying, due to illness]

On 1 March 2016 at 21:42, Alex Harui <> wrote:
> On 3/1/16, 12:18 PM, "Justin Mclean" <> wrote:
>>> Sorry if I'm missing something, but it sounds like Justin found these
>>> files in the zip referenced by the Grant.
>>The files are clearly marked as BSD/MIT licensed and who the copyright
>>owner is IMO (but I could be wrong) I don’t think the grant needs to be
>>redone as it’s clear what would be under the ASF license. It would also
>>be relatively easy to remove the files from the zip and resubmit.
> I don't know if there is an official protocol for a scenario like this.
> All I think is needed is an email trail that indicates that the Grant
> needed some modifications and what the modifications were.  The grant
> document contains a SHA hash for the zip so if you change the zip the
> grant may need the SHA hash updated.  But hopefully it will be ok for
> folks to find an updated SHA hash in an email in the archives or maybe in
> the IP Clearance record itself.
> Thanks,
> -Alex
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