[asterisk-app-dev] ARI object generator

Matthew Jordan mjordan at digium.com
Sat Oct 19 10:56:35 CDT 2013

On Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 1:31 AM, Lenz Emilitri <lenz.loway at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2013/10/18 David M. Lee <dlee at digium.com>:

> Asterisk is GPLv2 correct? - I'd like to have my lib licensed as LGPL.
> Technically the sources that come from Asterisk are not used in the
> library - we just use them for generation but are not included in the
> "deliverables". I'd like to keep them in the project on GitHub so that
> i's easy for someone to just download the sources and have the whole
> library rebuilt. We plan to basically include all versions of the libs
> so that the connection factory will always give you the bindings for
> the correct versions.
> Is there any issues with this? I should be adding a separate LICENSE
> note for files that come from the Asterisk project?
> ( I believe I'm not the only developer of third-party libraries that
> will be facing this issue)

There's a number of licensing issues - both with ARI and with PJSIP - that
I have as an action from AstriDevCon to get concrete answers on. I should
have the answers to this and other questions in the next week or two.

As a "non-official, off the cuff, take this with a grain of salt"
statement, I'd at least make sure that if you don't want your library
released as GPL, don't have any aspect of the resource JSON reproduced
verbatim in your library.


Matthew Jordan
Digium, Inc. | Engineering Manager
445 Jan Davis Drive NW - Huntsville, AL 35806 - USA
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