FINAL PROJECT: Provide date and time library from JSR-310
neal at gafter.com
Mon Aug 4 18:47:21 PDT 2008
You appear to be distributing code (such as Calendar.java) that you received
under GPLv2, but in which your modifications to that code are not licensed
under GPLv2. Because GPLv2 forbids that, this is an infringement of Sun's
copyrights in the underlying code. You probably want to correct that before
the end of today so that you are not disqualified under the OpenJDK
Community Innovators' Challenge Official Rules (4.B). I think all you need
to do is revise your copyright notices so that your contributions are
distributed under GPLv2.
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 5:01 PM, Stephen Colebourne <scolebourne at joda.org>wrote:
> The JSR-310 team of Michael and myself are pleased to submit our final
> project for the OpenJDK challenge.
> Full details about the submitted project are available online at:
> This contains hyperlinks to all the major resources.
> The full codebase being submitted is a tagged subversion repository at
> java.net (java.net login required):
> This can be browsed online at (no login required):
> For reference, the subversion repository before the start of the project
> stage was at revision 285 (it is now 560):
> We've tried to aid evaluation with the provision of an ant build (including
> fetching libraries, compilation, tests and coverage). We have also built
> online javadoc and an example program runnable using 'ant examples'.
> Michael and Stephen
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