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    • Alberto Pianon's avatar
      Change license for all 1st party patches to MIT · bb465c2d
      Alberto Pianon authored and Andrei Gherzan's avatar Andrei Gherzan committed
      
      
      While Apache 2.0 license is the recommended option when choosing an open
      source permissive (i.e. non-copyleft) license, such license is
      incompatible with some other open source licenses (namely, GPL-2.0) so
      it is not the best suited choice for patch files, since patch files are
      naturally intended to modify third party code, which at times may be
      subject to incompatible licenses.
      
      Instead of checking license compatibility on a case by case basis (which
      not only is time consuming, but it also a hardly maintainable/scalable
      process and, most important, error-prone), a more practical approach
      would be to adopt an open source license with the broadest compatibility
      possible, namely, the MIT license.
      Signed-off-by: Alberto Pianon's avatarAlberto Pianon <pianon@array.eu>
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    • Pavel Zhukov's avatar
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