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[JSR 358 Observer] [JSR358 EG] Re: Definition of Spec

  • From: Werner Keil < >
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  • Subject: [JSR 358 Observer] [JSR358 EG] Re: Definition of Spec
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2013 16:20:46 +0100
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Steve/all,

I'm asking, if the "Spec" subject to a license like this
(Batch as example, it isn't the only one, nearly all non-Oracle Spec Leads handle this similarly) http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/licenses/jsr352/352-spec-license.pdf
applies to only the "Spec Document"; a PDF,  OpenOffice, Word or HTML file, or also the "API", meaning content of a JAR or at least files like a Maven POM, since most JSRs are distributed to java.net or MavenCentral Nexus repositories?

There are at least half a dozen JSRs where if mentioned the Spec Document file may refer to the Spec License, but everything else, including the JARs or Maven bundles under "javax.*" are licensed either under Apache 2.0, EPL or any other license, the JSR claims to use for RI and TCK only.

Is that correct?

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Tue, 29 Jan 2013 10:03:13 -0500
> Betreff: [JSR358 EG] Re: Definition of Spec

> Werner,
> I can only speak for the Batch JSR, but I don't understand your question
> or
> who you are asking it of?  The JSR 358 EG?
> Regards,
> Steve
> phone: (914) 766-1051


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