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Anoop K V

06/24/2021, 3:43 PM
Hi There, while doing some license analysis with blackduck tool, we saw this enterprise edition content in the ee directory. Knocking out that feature content should imply that the binary is back to the original MIT license? Is my understanding here correct?
Martavis Parker

Martavis Parker

06/24/2021, 4:01 PM
We have different licenses for portions of our software which are noted in the LICENSE file at the root of the repository. Please let us know if you need any clarity.
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Juan Alvarez

06/24/2021, 5:30 PM
I do not know much about licensing, but does this mean that we need to remove the ee folder when we rebuild fleet?
mikermcneil

mikermcneil

06/24/2021, 5:41 PM
@Anoop K V and @Juan Alvarez Right- the enterprise edition license only applies at a tier where paid features are in use. (We forked GitLab's license, it works the same way)
5:42 PM
i.e. If you aren't on a paid tier, then all of the code you're using in Fleet is MIT licensed. The ee/ code paths never run
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Juan Alvarez

06/24/2021, 5:55 PM
i see, so it does not matter if i leave the folder there when i rebuild since it wont run
5:55 PM
isnt it?
mikermcneil

mikermcneil

06/24/2021, 5:55 PM
Right
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Juan Alvarez

06/24/2021, 5:55 PM
cool, thx!