Become an approved Flask extension #14

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jfinkels opened this Issue Mar 6, 2012 · 9 comments

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jfinkels commented Mar 6, 2012

To be an approved Flask extension:

  1. Relicense all significant contributions as 3-clause BSD.
  2. Ensure that the code works for Python versions 2.5, 2.6, and 2.7.

See http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/extensiondev/#approved-extensions for more information.

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jfinkels commented Mar 6, 2012

@clarete suggests possibly dual-licensing the project with both AGPL and BSD. Let's check with the Flask mailing list if this is acceptable for approved Flask extensions.

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jfinkels commented Mar 11, 2012

With 2e4d1e7, tests now pass on Python 2.5, Python 2.6, and Python 2.7.

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jfinkels commented Apr 9, 2012

Branch 'dual-license' (see 0cd8cb0) changes the license of this project from GNU AGPLv3 to either GNU AGPLv3 or 3-clause BSD. @clarete, if you are willing to dual-license your contributions in this way, I can submit a request to Flask to review Flask-Restless to become an approved extension.

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clarete commented Apr 10, 2012

Hi there, I see no problem at all on there. Please go ahead :D

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jfinkels commented Apr 10, 2012

Dual-licensed in pull request #49.

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jfinkels commented Apr 10, 2012

Extension review in progress at mitsuhiko/flask#485.

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clarete commented Apr 10, 2012

Perfect, thank you :)

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alekzvik commented Apr 20, 2012

You've benn approved => close the issue

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clarete commented Apr 20, 2012

Ihuuu!

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