[License-review] Submitting MPL for Approval

David Smith packetspike at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 06:38:04 UTC 2011

I am very impressed with the thought and effort that went into the creation
of this document,

Who may I forward questions and suggestions to if I were to want to add my

thank you for you time and assistance.

Packet Spike

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 9:49 PM, Karl Fogel <kfogel at red-bean.com> wrote:

> John Cowan <cowan at mercury.ccil.org> writes:
> >I have reviewed it, and IMO it is obviously open-source and should be
> >pushed through.  No tricks, no traps.
> Thanks Josh and Bruce.  I've read the license again too now, and
> examined its diff against RC2, and completely concur: this is an open
> source license and should be approved.
> Agree with Bruce that the clause that opens the door to license
> proliferation is not in itself grounds for rejection.  (We should of
> course still do everything we can to stop proliferation!)
> Since Luis's RC3 post has been on this list for a while, and no one has
> found objections, I'll transmit our recommendation to the Board that OSI
> approve it, in a separate mail.
> Best,
> -Karl
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