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Date:      Wed, 21 Jan 2009 10:16:02 +0000
From:      Vincent Hoffman <>
To:        Saifi Khan <>
Subject:   Re: ASL 2.0 based software contribution to FreeBSD code base
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Saifi Khan wrote:
> Hi:
> Is Apache Software License (ASL) 2.0 based software contributions
> accepted in FreeBSD code base ?
> Specific case to consider would be:
>  a. device driver code released under ASL 2.0
>  b. code contributed to kernel (eg. scheduler implementation) under ASL 2.0
>  c. code contributed to userland (eg. new implementation of ctags) under ASL 2.0
> Can some of the experienced members share how things work within the
> context of FreeBSD project ?
I was going to answer with
however in a recent discussion on the -current list
Brooks Davis <> said
"This file is outdated.  While this remains our prefered license, the
OpenBSD prefered license is the ISC licesed which is allowed by the license
policy we published to developers last year.  We should probably replace
page with that policy."

I'd ask for a copy of the current policy on freebsd-current@ if you dont
get any answers here.


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