Has there been any updates on this issue?
From what I can tell, there is still a discrepancy between the 389-ds FAQ (which mentions the plugin license exception) and the actual 389-ds license.
I'd like to know if reinstating the license exception is still on the cards, or if we should prepare our plugins to be released under GPLv3.
I have a question regarding the licensing of developed 389-ds plugins.
indicates that the Directory Server core code is licensed under a GPL + Exception license that allows non-GPL 389-ds plugins to link to 389-ds and to use specific header files.
However, the LICENSE file in the current 389-ds-base source does not contain this exception. It was apparently removed by the following commit, when the license was changed to GPLv3+:
Does that means that the license exception does not apply to the current version of 389-ds?
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