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Re: eCos Driver for open source CANopen stack CanFestival
- From: John Dallaway <john at dallaway dot org dot uk>
- To: Uwe Kindler <uwe_kindler at web dot de>
- Cc: eCos development list <ecos-devel at sourceware dot org>
- Date: Fri, 31 May 2013 08:42:50 +0100
- Subject: Re: eCos Driver for open source CANopen stack CanFestival
- References: <519DC3FE dot 4070001 at web dot de>
On 23/05/13 08:23, Uwe Kindler wrote:
> we are currently in the process of creating an eCos driver for the open
> source CANopen stack CanFestival.
> This driver is based on the eCos CAN framework of the public eCos
> We thought about integrating CanFestival as an eCos package like lwIP or
> uSTL but we are not shure if the license of the CanFestival stack
> (LGPLv2) is suitable for this plan. What is your opinion? Or should we
> contact the CanFestival maintainers and ask if they would accept an
> additional license (the eCos license).
A port pf CanFestival to eCos would be great, but the eCos maintainers
would prefer to avoid LGPL in the eCos repository.
I took a brief look at the CanFestival sources. Copyright appears to be
held by three individuals at present. Perhaps you could ask them if they
would accept an additional license. The eCos license would be ideal, but
we can also accept BSD-licensed code from "certain trusted sources". If
an additional license is not possible, please get back to us and we can