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Open Source Software License Information
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Name of 3rd Party Software, Copyright Holder
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XAMPP, Apache Friends
GPL Consolidated installation package of Apache, PHP and MySQL used for easy deployment of the software.
Apache, Apache Software Foundation
Apache License (Version 2.0) Software to serve http-requests
PHP, The PHP Group
PHP License Interpreter for a script language
MySQL, MySQL AB
GPL Database management system
MediaWiki, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
GPL Content management system
Semantic MediaWiki, M. Krötzsch, D. Vrandecic, S. Page, K. Lassleben, K. Hüner
GPL Extension to MediaWiki adding semantic functionality
Some BSD-License compontents integrated with system (Simile Timeline)
Validator, Jeroen De Dauw
GPL v3 or later
Apache Tomcat, Apache Software Foundation
Apache License (Version 2.0) Servlet container for java servlets and java server pages
Memcached for Win32, http://code.jellycan.com/memcached/
This is a modified version of memcached and libevent that builds on Windows.
memcached (Danga Interactive, Inc.) and libevent (Nick Mathewson, Niels Provos) are published under the BSD license.
Closure Compiler, Google
NewUserMessage, Siebrand Mazeland and Nad
GPL 2, Adds a message to newly created user's talk pages
RAP, Chris Bizer (FU Berlin)
LGPL RDF export tool
SAJAX Framework, modernmethod
BSD Toolset for remote scripting
Mozilla Rhino, Norris Boyd
Halo extension, Vulcan
Application Programming extension, Vulcan
Enhanced Retrieval extension, Vulcan
Deployment Framework, Vulcan
WYSIWYG extension, Vulcan and others
BSD License, Web Input Completion Kit WICK
MIT, Prototype Homepage
MIT, script.aculo.us Homepage
Floatbox, Byron McGregor Floatbox
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
EditArea, Christophe Dolivet
wz_tooltip, Walter Zorn
LGPL, Small library for creation of tooltips wzt homepage
Yahoo YUI Library
BSD license http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/
ARC2 (Benjamin Nowak) http://arc.semsol.org
W3C Software License, GPL 2 and 3 http://arc.semsol.org/license
Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 (Lenny) , Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
GPL, the OS installed on the image. A complete list of packages installed at the system can be obtained with: dpkg --list
VMware, VMware, Inc.
Custom license depending on the used product of the VMware tools, In order to play the distributed image the user must use one of the VMware tools such as VMware Player or VMware Workstation.
Semantic Web Framework, BSD License, May be used for data import from SPARQL endpoints
SOLR, Apache Software Foundation
Apache License 2.0
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