atom feed20 messages in org.apache.tomcat.usersRe: Resin vs Tomcat
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Alex ReApr 19, 2000 3:40 am 
Phil WelchApr 19, 2000 3:54 am 
Fengping SongApr 19, 2000 6:19 am 
Michael P. McCutcheonApr 19, 2000 6:48 am 
Shahid AliApr 19, 2000 7:23 am 
Bob ByronApr 19, 2000 7:30 am 
James CookApr 19, 2000 8:40 am 
David JianApr 19, 2000 8:40 am 
Ryan WilhmApr 19, 2000 8:42 am 
Aleksander GrzebytaApr 19, 2000 9:40 am 
Alexey V. MeledinApr 19, 2000 10:08 am 
Edson RichterApr 19, 2000 10:14 am 
Bond - James D.Apr 19, 2000 12:27 pm 
Rodney SchneiderApr 19, 2000 1:12 pm 
Edson RichterApr 19, 2000 1:28 pm 
Christopher StacyApr 19, 2000 2:33 pm 
Kyle CordesApr 19, 2000 9:07 pm 
James (Interphaze)Apr 21, 2000 6:20 am 
Michael LazloApr 21, 2000 6:46 am 
Rodney SchneiderApr 21, 2000 10:52 pm 
Subject:Re: Resin vs Tomcat
From:Christopher Stacy (cst@crystaliz.com)
Date:Apr 19, 2000 2:33:21 pm
List:org.apache.tomcat.users

On Thu, 20 Apr 2000 06:12:57 +1000 (EST), Rodney Schneider ("Rodney") writes:

Rodney> On the contrary, Resin is truly Open Source. You are not legally
required Rodney> to buy a license, but they encourage you to do so.

http://www.caucho.com/support/faq.html#Who_must_purchase_a_license_

See the license has the full details. If you distribute a product based on or linked to any Resin code, you must either contact us for a distribution license or satisfy the following:

You must make a version of your product available for free. You must make the source of your product available for free. You must allow anyone to redistribute the product or the source to anyone they
choose.