[dojo-contributors] what we left behind...
ttrenka at gmail.com
Fri May 9 20:05:18 EDT 2008
A second note: we should probably put that particular page somewhere
where it's not buried under the 0.4 book; thoughts on where it should
On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 6:57 PM, Alex Russell <alex at dojotoolkit.org> wrote:
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> On May 9, 2008, at 4:04 PM, Peter E Higgins wrote:
>> Alex Russell wrote:
>>> To clarify:
>>> * you MUST send in a CLA for any contributions hosted on Dojo
>>> Foundation servers. No exceptions. Ever.
> I thought about putting in the obligitory asterisk here, but thought
> better of it. I should have.
>> Please excuse my ignorance, but things like dojox.encoding.md5/sha1
>> (BSD) don't appear to be under CLA? We have several BSD-released
>> products we ship with the Dojo Toolkit w/ proper attribution, though
>> this seems like an exception? Not trying
>> to "start" anything, but would you mind to clarify the difference?
> The policy is here:
> Compatible stuff is added via a nod from the project lead and a
> LICENSE file. That said, we're pretty clear about doing our best not
> to do that too often.
>>> If we think that there should be a separate repo someplace, lets pool
>>> our money and lease a server somewhere else, not under the
>>> Foundation's umbrella, and make a new project to host modules there.
>>> I'm totally for that. But we can't do that at the Foundation.
>> no need to pool money, the host has been donated already. Just
>> for it to be finalized, and then begin the chore of setting up svn /
>> auth / etc. perhaps I/we can recruit dustin for some initial setup
>> as he's just gone to lengths to get such a thing setup.
> W00t. Sounds like a great plan.
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