On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 04:59:10PM -0600, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> > package follows that licensing model for accepting any new code into
> > that combined repo ?
> As with the kernel we'd discourage 're-licensing' existing files.
> However, since this is not a OFA project, I, personally, would not
> turn away a GPLv2 compatible contribution, but I am proposing that the
> 'default' license for the project be OFA compatible.
I should be clearer here. I am *strongly* opposed to anything that
changes the license of the existing 4 core libraries away from the
GPLv2 or OpenIB.org situation we have today. (that includes to other
varients of the BSD license)
I just checked and we appear to be completely OK on this point today.