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The groundswell of Internet community interest in Samba required that well-known archive sites for the software be identified to provide easy access to new releases and updates. E-mail discussion lists and newsgroups were set up to provide forums for asking questions, reporting bugs, and generally kibitzing about the project (Table 4.1). Because the Samba distribution included source code, a number of porting and development efforts quickly surfaced. These ventures spanned the gamut from individual efforts to large institutional and vendor projects. Over time a core group of approximately 20 loosely knit development members surfaced that eventually became known as the Samba Team. As of this writing Samba has been ported to most UNIX implementations as well as to, a number of other operating systems (Table 4.2). The Samba Team is closely involved in the continuing standards work related to the SMB and CIFS specifications. Table 4.1 Samba Discussion Groups
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The Samba SMB fileserver Digest form of Samba list Samba announcements NT domain controller support Samba for VMS Samba CVS commit messages Discussion about Samba documentation Developer discussions about Samba binary distributions Developer discussions about Samba internals Samba mirror sites
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Table 4.2 Samba Platforms
Servers
Non-Microsoft clients
Amiga HP MPE/iX MVS OS/2 Stratus-VOS UNIX VMS
DAVE Linux SMBFS QNX SCO Sharity
Licensing
Samba is an open source software suite available to anyone for use under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Basically this means that Samba source code will always be available and that anyone is free to modify and develop the code base as long as any derivative works are also made available per the specifications laid out in the GNU GPL. It might be helpful to take a closer look at what it means to be open-source branded and GNU GPL compliant.
Open Source Initiative
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The Open Source Initiative (OSI) represents the next level in the evolution of grassroots, open software organizations. Like its predecessors, OSI sprang up from the collective conscience of an Internet community of users whose firm belief is that the lifeblood of the Internet is the open sharing of ideas and software. An OSI branding indicates a commitment by the technology provider that it, too, adheres to these same ideals by providing source code and specifications and encourages further development of the technology by the community at large. The idea for an open-source branding emerged from a meeting of a few like-minded champions of a gospel of open technology, in February 1998 (see http://www.opensource.org/history.html). Participants included Todd Anderson, Chris Peterson (Foresight Institute), John Hall and Larry Augustin (Linux International), Sam Ockman (Silicon Valley Linux Users Group), and Eric S. Raymond. The catalyst for the discussion was the recent announcement by Netscape that it would make the source code to its browser available free of charge. The intent of the meeting was to set specifications that characterized an open technology, and to find a suitable name for this initiative. Chris Peterson proposed Open Source as an appropriate cognomen for the project. The Debian Free Software Guidelines also known as the Debian Social Contract was chosen as a basis for the Open Source Definition of certification (Table 4.3). Bruce Perens and Eric S. Raymond launched the OSI Website, Linus Torvalds, father of Linux, gave the initiative his blessing, and, OSI began showing up in the press and vendor product announcements, not to mention in documents like the infamous Microsoft Halloween Document. Table 4.3 OSI certification
Free Redistribution Rights Available Source Code Allow Derived Works Preservation of Integrity of Authors' Source Code No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor Distribution of License License Must Not Be Specific to a Product License Must Not Contaminate Other Software * See OSI Web site for full details.
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Software products can be OSI-certified by following the procedures described on the Web sites (listed below). Well-known products branded by the OSI include Linux, Apache, sendmail, BIND, and perl. The OSI also maintains a list of other open or free source licenses that adhere to the Open Source Definition (Table 4.4). Open Software Initiative osi@opensource.org http://www.opensource.org Table 4.4 OSI-Approved Licenses
GNU General Public License (GPL) GNU Library (Lesser) Public License BSD License X Consortium License Artistic License Mozilla Public License (MPL) QPL libpng License zlib License IJG JPEG Library License OpenLDAP Public License
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