--On December 17, 2008 7:09:45 PM -0800 "Alan D. Cabrera"
Back! My family has just recovered from a hellish bout of the flue/cold.
Sorry to hear that - glad you and your family are recovering.
IIUC, all as have to make sure is that all the code in trunk is
1) All code ASL'ed
2)The code base must contain only ASL or ASL-compatible dependencies
3) License grant complete
1) I do see some code having the AS 2.0 header. I see that others do
not, e.g. the VBS scripts.
2) I'm not familiar with the provenance of this code. Can someone
provide a little history? What are its dependencies?
We can add ASL to the vbs scripts - not a problem. They are scripts that
are used for tasks on the windows images - either in bootstrap or changing
passwords, etc. Since most are relatively simple, we didn't add the ASL
BTW, we found the insert_license.pl script - very cool and saved lots of
On Dec 12, 2008, at 11:54 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:
Great news that the code is flowing.
Note that the tags dir by convention is not changeable. I'm short
of time so I'd like to as Alan to comment on the procedures for
clearing the code and getting it cleaned up in trunk.
Looking forward to looking at the code.
On Dec 12, 2008, at 1:31 PM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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We've just imported VCL v2.0 code into the ASF subversion
imported it under
and copied from there to tags/VCL-2.0.0 and to trunk.
There are several dependencies that still need to be documented on
setup a fully operational system (things like setting up an image
configuration setups to manage various provisioning engines - xcat,
standalone unix machines - 3rd party utilities and drivers, etc).
We'll be working on that documentation a little next week, but
focusing on it
more after the Christmas break.
Josh, Aaron, and Andy
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