[Olsr-dev] olsrd & coverity

Hans-Christoph Steiner (spam-protected)
Tue Aug 28 17:56:46 CEST 2012

Seems interesting.  If they don't put any terms on the info, then I'd
say it can't hurt.  If they have an NDA or other such nonsense, it could
make it a pain to handle security issues since there would have to be
maangement of NDA terms.

olsr does not need to be a non-profit, since they say "...or groups with
no associated corporation are automatically eligible".  (From my
experience, the US is different than Europe here, its relatively common
to do business with unincorporated entities).


On 08/28/2012 08:46 AM, Ferry Huberts wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm interested in having olsrd included in the open source projects that
> are scanned by Coverity.
> How do you feel about this?
> From what I can deduce, since we're an open source project with an OSI
> approved license, we're eligible for inclusion.
> See
> http://scan.coverity.com/developers-faq.html#how-get-project-included-in-scan
> Since I don't know whether olsr is under a non-profit organisation or
> what the main contacts are (Aaron?) I thought I ask here on the mailing
> list ;-)

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