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Brooklyn CLI Intellectual Property (IP) Clearance Status


The Brooklyn CLI is tool for controlling Apache Brooklyn from the command line (as opposed to using the Web console or the REST API that are bundled into the Apache Brooklyn server process). It is currently a standalone module that the Apache Brooklyn community would like to integrate into our project.

Project info

  • The Apache Brooklyn PMC will be responsible for the code.
  • It will be integrated into the Apache Brooklyn project, into the (currently empty) brooklyn-client module.
  • Richard Downer (Apache Brooklyn PMC Chair) will be managing this contribution.

Completed tasks are shown by the completion date (YYYY-MM-dd).

Identify the codebase

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N/A If applicable, make sure that any associated name does not already exist and is not already trademarked for an existing software product.
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2016-02-26 Check and make sure that the papers that transfer rights to the ASF been received. It is only necessary to transfer rights for the package, the core code, and any new code produced by the project.
2016-02-29 Check and make sure that the files that have been donated have been updated to reflect the new ASF copyright.

Identify name recorded for software grant: "br" CLI for Brooklyn

Verify distribution rights

Corporations and individuals holding existing distribution rights:

  • Cloudsoft Corporation Limited (CCLA on file)
  • Geoff Macartney (ICLA on file)
  • David Lloyd (ICLA on file)
  • Robert Moss (ICLA on file)
  • Alex Heneveld (ICLA on file)
  • John McCabe (ICLA on file)
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2016-02-29 Check that all active committers have a signed CLA on record.
2016-02-26 Remind active committers that they are responsible for ensuring that a Corporate CLA is recorded if such is required to authorize their contributions under their individual CLA.
2016-02-29 Check and make sure that for all items included with the distribution that is not under the Apache license, we have the right to combine with Apache-licensed code and redistribute.
2016-02-29 Check and make sure that all items depended upon by the project is covered by one or more of the following approved licenses: Apache, BSD, Artistic, MIT/X, MIT/W3C, MPL 1.1, or something with essentially the same terms.

Generally, the result of checking off these items will be a Software Grant, CLA, and Corporate CLA for ASF licensed code, which must have no dependencies upon items whose licenses that are incompatible with the Apache License.

Organizational acceptance of responsibility for the project