I'm not sure its a problem. The source code already contains the
copyright, and this only affects the JDBC driver. Perhaps we just need
to put in the JDBC driver readme file that parts were provided by
I guess, it all depends on who defines "due credit". The code was
submitted by Assaf Arkin <arkin(at)exoffice(dot)com>. Who gets to ask?
On Wed, 2002-01-02 at 15:05, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Barry Lind wrote:
> > A question came up on the jdbc mail list today that I couldn't answer.
> > It involves some code that is in the jdbc cvs tree (and has been for
> > many releases). This code contains the following license terms in each
> > file:
> > * 5. Due credit should be given to the Exolab Project
> > *
> > (http://www.exolab.org/).
> > *
> > * OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
> > *
> > * Copyright 1999 (C) Exoffice Technologies Inc. All Rights Reserved.
> > *
> Yes, this does seems like a serious problem. Can the original
> contributor be contacted?
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