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09/27/07 18:44:54 (9 years ago)
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  • news/20070927/sflc-helps-ath5k-developers-contribute-back

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    44SFLC today released what we hope will be the last audit of driver code for use in the Linux kernel for Atheros WLAN devices. Specifically this should once and for all clear up any doubts about licensing practices we have used and details of provenance of code since the project's start all the way down to our current ath5k driver code. 
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    6 The audit confirms that fixes and improvements to work derived from OpenBSD's ar5k - specificially what is in the [http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/linville/wireless-legacy.git;a=commit;h=c1928199c27de433d1e81b78e3178be4f0e978d2 wireless-legacy repository] now - can safely be contributed back. We are committing to follow SFLC's advise on proper procedures to guarantee that contributing back to OpenBSD remains possible in the future. 
     6The audit confirms that fixes and improvements to work derived from OpenBSD's ar5k - specifically what is in the [http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/linville/wireless-legacy.git;a=commit;h=c1928199c27de433d1e81b78e3178be4f0e978d2 wireless-legacy repository] now - can safely be contributed back. We are committing to follow SFLC's advise on proper procedures to guarantee that contributing back to OpenBSD remains possible in the future. 
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    88In all there are three new documents published by the SFLC: