Of course, this only applies if you are actually cutting and pasting
code from the RFC. You can write new code to implement the RFC under
any license you want.
On 2010-02-11 11:54, Russ Housley wrote:
> The intent was to find a license that would permit the code to be used
> as-in in any environment with attribution. If that goal has not been
> achieved, please explain the details of the problem.
> On 2/10/2010 1:46 PM, Alexandru Petrescu wrote:
>> Hi IPR WG,
>> I have interest in licensing and IPR of the technology in RFCs.
>> I recently stumbled on the RPL protocol WG item draft (in the RoLL WG,
>> Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks) and worried about "Code
>> Components" in the boilerplate.
>> Could one implement RPL in a linux kernel?
>> Knowing that linux kernel is mostly GPL, avoiding BSD, and that I see
>> the word BSD in the bolierplate.
>> If I may be missing something - sorry,
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