•   over 10 years ago

MIT licensed software as part of solution

I'd like to include software that is currently open sourced under a the MIT license in the solution. As best as I can tell this shouldn't be a problem. Could you please confirm?

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  • Manager   •   over 10 years ago

    The Apache 2.0 license contains specific privileges beyond what is provided in the MIT license. It is the contestant’s obligation to comply with the appropriate sections of the rules of the contest. As an example:

    c. Will, in order to be judged, contribute the open APIs and any open source content in their entries, and will apply the Apache 2.0 license to the designated open source modules and contribute the software to OSEHRA.

    The use of any technology, and its applicability to the contest, is solely the responsibility of the contestant. Any software which does not meet the requirements of the Apache 2.0 license may be listed as Intellectual Property (IP) which is incorporated in the submission.

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