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23 June 2010


Henrik Ingo

Hey, first of all, congrats to the new role. At least for people that know you, you working for CodePlex (the foundation) will give lots of open source credibility.

Since you bring it up, is the list of licenses acceptable to the CodePlex Foundation identical to those approved by the OSI (or anchored in the Open Source Definition, or anything similar)? What you write above can be read as: "any license whatsoever, including but not limited to any open source license".

Stephen Walli

Henrik: Thanks for the kind words. I meant any license that meets the open source definition as set out by the OSI.

Amy Jiang


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