[XML-SIG] WSDL library ?
Wed, 13 Feb 2002 07:42:51 -0700
> Uche Ogbuji wrote:
> > > Eron Lloyd wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I've been playing with wsdllib, from a IBM developerWorks article by Uche.
> > > > I've attached the actual module for you to look at. The article can be found
> > > > here:
> > > > http://www-105.ibm.com/developerworks/education.nsf/webservices-onlinecourse-bytitle/D092605075D1D67D86256A7E0042432D?OpenDocument
> > >
> > > That's the one I meant: the licensing for that module isn't
> > > clear though (at least not to me).
> > IANAL, but the way I read it, the IBM OSS license we use is less restrictive
> > than even that of mxDateTime ;-).
> > We didn't mind using it because it's OSI approved.
> So the IBM OSS license does apply to the lib there ? That was
> basically what I was unsure about because even though the
> site mentions that all software is published under the OSS license,
> the source code gives no mention (not even a copyright).
Ah. I see. The next release will have a COPYRIGHT file.
I hope the above public declaration by one of the authors is enough, for now.
> > The main problem is maintenance. Neither Mike nor I have had a moment to
> > maintain it, though we have considered incorporating it into 4Suite, and
> > updating it as we do so. But it comes with no promises: we can't even stick
> > to 4Suite release schedules.
> Since it heavily relies on 4Suite this would probably be the
> best thing to do. If it breaks we'll yell out loud ;-) (and
> provide patches, of course...).
K. That's probably what we'll do. Soon, I hope.
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