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Hi Jim,

On Thu, Mar 07, 2013 at 12:42:26PM -0500, Jim Jagielski wrote:
Just so I'm clear: If a company wishes to contribute code
to TDF/LO, but wants their contributions to be triple-licensed
(alv2-mpl-lgplv3), they would be refused. Is that correct?

That was not what either Florian or the policy said. This is a matter of
community, not just of license. Such combinations of licenses do not lead to a
contribution being automatically accepted or rejected, either at Apache or at
TDF, we look at each case on its merits.

The anonymous contacts you claim to represent should step forward and work on
the dev list where I am sure their genuine needs will be accommodated flexibly.



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