Eclipse Ide License Agreement

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« This source code may also be made available under the following secondary licenses, if the conditions for such availability set out in the Public Eclipse License, v. 2.0, are met: « Name-Lizenz (s »), « Version (s) and exceptions or additional permissions here. » A contributor may choose to distribute the program as an object code under their own license agreement, provided that with respect to GPL compatibility, the new license allows the first participant in a new project to opt for a secondary license that offers explicit compatibility with the gnu General Public License Version 2.0 or a later version. If this optional name does not exist, the Eclipse license does not remain compatible with the GPL (each version). [3] This ECA and the Eclipse Foundation project licenses you contribute to license your contributions to the Eclipse Foundation and downstream consumers, but you retain your contributions and, with the exception of the licenses under this ECA, you will retain all rights, titles and interests of your contributions. In addition to the above mentions, grant a non-exclusive, global, unlimited, free license of all necessary rights under your copyright and contributions (the « specification grant »): (a) for the Eclipse Foundation (and its contributors exclusively in the context of foundation projects), diversity, preparation of derivative works to publish, to execute, distribute and sublicensing specifications, subject to the terms of the Eclipse Foundation`s specification license at the time, based on or derived from the content of the specifications (as defined below) and (b) for the recipients of these specifications, in order to create, reproduce and distribute implementations, based on the part of your contributions or the material they have derived from the , subject to the terms of the E Foundation licence at the time. Under the Eclipse Public License (EPL), each contributor grants rights to the creation of derivative works and the global redistribution of software at no cost, in accordance with EPL conditions, including an unlicensed license for the use of the contributor`s patents, as contained in its contributions. Section 7 of the EPL contains the following: our commiter deployment process is automated: new committers are contacted by email, after being elected, to engage in our contractual workflow (also called our paperwork) that guides them by signing the agreements they need. The agreements are provided below, for simplicity`s sake. This agreement applies to all contributions you submit. Your status as a committe to the Eclipse Foundation is not based on your employment status. It is an individual recognition of your frequent and valuable contributions to one or more Eclipse projects.

If you change employers, please email emo Records ( to ensure that the documents necessary for the employer`s agreement are complete. You will find more information in the new committing process. The EPL conditions have been designed to be best suited to the Eclipse Foundation. The software provided by the Eclipse Foundation is used by developers who want to plug it in, extend it or modify it freely. The EPL strives to support and promote open source collaborative content development, while maximizing the ability to use and/or integrate content with licensed software under other licenses, including many commercial licenses. Because Eclipse Foundation wants to encourage developers of open source development tools and proprietary owners to use content, this flexibility is essential. Commercial software distributors may assume certain responsibilities to end-users, business partners and others.