On 04/23/2012 05:20 PM, Tom Callaway wrote:
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
I think that all the code is marked LGPL, there is no other alternative.
Yaniv, can you confirm this?