On 04/23/2012 10:50 AM, Juan Hernandez wrote:
We would like to package for fedora the Data Ware House component of
oVirt, which contains parts generated using Talend Open Studio (see ).
This tool allows the user to define graphically some data flows and
transformations and then generates Java code. The generated Java code
states in the header that the license is LGPL and the tool itself claims
to be open source using GPL v2 (see ).
Is it acceptable from the legal point of view to create a Fedora package
using the generated Java code as the source?
Is _all_ code generated via Talend Open Studio automatically marked as
being LGPL, or is this a decision that the use generating the Java code