I'm not currently fastidious about adding license and headers to source files in this specific project.
It has a LICENSE file and the README mentions the license. That's probably enough for good faith participants to understand the licensing. That said, more thoroughly applying the licensing is still an item in the TODO file.
There are two (2) source files. I suppose I could manually paste something at the top of each. I'd anticipate that manual approach would scale just fine. I don't have the general case of this problem, just maybe the specific case of getting it right for the files I have. Even taking this supporting Clojure microservice approach to wild success, how many files are we really talking about here? :)
My understanding is that, yes, Apereo's licensing practices would require each source file to include licensing information in its header. That is, after all, what the Apache2 license itself instructs.
On Monday, February 18, 2019 at 4:23:53 PM UTC-6, bgonzalez wrote:
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