On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 5:38 PM, Nick Coghlan email@example.com wrote:
Antoine's right on this one - just use and redistribute the upstream components under their existing licenses. CPython itself is different because the PSF has chosen to reserve relicensing privileges for that, which requires the extra permissions granted in the contributor agreement.
But I'm talking about the benchmarks themselves, not the wholesale inclusion of Mako, etc. (which I am not worried about since the code in the dependencies is not edited). Can we move the PyPy benchmarks themselves (e.g. bm_mako.py that PyPy has) over to the PSF benchmarks without getting contributor agreements.
-- Sent from my phone, thus the relative brevity :)
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