tbee at tbee.org
Fri Apr 20 09:00:48 PDT 2012
It's not like I am one. It seems we're keep going in circles on this. I even contacted some lawyers who offer their services to open source projects for free, but none are willing to burn their fingers, and risk being bitten by the Oracle lawyer pit bulls.
On 2012-04-20 17:32, Kevin Rushforth wrote:
> > Ok! So then I'm allowed to put it in Maven central? Including all supporting binaries?
> It's distributed under the same binary license as the JRE, with the intent being to allow applications to redistribute it with their application. The problem with the non-redistrubitable media library from 2.0 was resolved. I can't speak to whether putting it in a Maven central repository would meet the terms of the license. I am not a a lawyer, so I recommend reading the license yourself.
> -- Kevin
> Tom Eugelink wrote:
>> On 2012-04-20 13:45, Kevin Rushforth wrote:
>>> Just to clear up one misconception:
>>>> - There has to be an all-in-one application file that can be distributed without any external dependency (as long as Oracle keeps sitting on that no JavaFX distribution, this will never work)
>>> Starting with JavaFX 2.0.2, which was released last December, the JavaFX runtime is redistributable.
>> Ok! So then I'm allowed to put it in Maven central? Including all supporting binaries?
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