On Tue, 2007-12-11 at 07:51 -0800, Dan Smith wrote:
TC> That license seems to strongly imply that the schema files are
TC> permitted for commercial use, which is something that we do not
TC> permit in Fedora.
Forgive my legal ignorance, but why does it imply that?
They use the phrase "consistent with this purpose", and purpose can be
implied to mean "a not-for-profit association of industry members
dedicated to promoting enterprise and systems management and
More than likely, it is simply that the DTMF is non-profit, not that the
schema is restricted to non-profit intentions, but since they don't
really specify any terms or rights for the schema files, it would be
best to be clear.
The DTMF is made up of industry members, but I'll try to get a
official read on this. If I get an email saying "yes, it's fine",
what else do I need to do to record that for Fedora?
That would be sufficient, just toss it in the package as a txt file.