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authorWayne Beaton2020-07-07 02:09:06 +0000
committerWayne Beaton2020-07-07 02:09:06 +0000
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Consistently use "IPZilla" (not "IPzilla")
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The Eclipse Foundation has two trusted sources of license information: <<ip-ipzilla, IPZilla>> and <<ip-clearlydefined, ClearlyDefined>>.
-IPZilla is the primary source of license information for third-party content. If third-party content is marked as `approved` or `license_certified` in IPzilla, then it can be used without further action. If, however, third-party content is otherwise marked (e.g., `withdrawn` or `rejected`), then the project team must engage with the Eclipse IP Team via CQ to get approval to use the content.
+IPZilla is the primary source of license information for third-party content. If third-party content is marked as `approved` or `license_certified` in IPZilla, then it can be used without further action. If, however, third-party content is otherwise marked (e.g., `withdrawn` or `rejected`), then the project team must engage with the Eclipse IP Team via CQ to get approval to use the content.
If third-party content is not known to IPZilla, then ClearlyDefined can be used. When an entry is known to ClearlyDefined and has a score of at least {clearlyDefinedMinimumScore} and all discovered licenses are on the Eclipse Foundation's {approvedLicensesUrl}[approved licenses list], then the content can be used without further action.

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