License for approval

Russ Nelson nelson at
Fri Mar 28 06:02:59 UTC 2008

Brian Behlendorf writes:
 > On Thu, 27 Mar 2008, Russ Nelson wrote:
 > > Now, what you *can* do is say this:
 > >
 > >    If the OASIS committee has determined that your modified software
 > >    complies with the UOML standard, then you are free to distribute
 > >    your software under $ACADEMIC license terms.  If we decide you
 > >    haven't, then you have to distribute your software under the
 > >    $RECIPROCAL license terms.
 > Isn't that what the SISSL tried to do?

I'd have to go looking in our email archives, but my recollection was
that it worked like the UOML ... comply with the standard or lose your
license.  If your recollection differs, then I'll take the time to go

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