THREDDS License Change

TDS

As we approach the first public beta of version 5.0 of the THREDDS Data Server (TDS), we have decided to revisit our software license. Currently, both NetCDF-Java and the TDS are released under the same license that the netCDF C library uses, which is a license that was "home grown" at UCAR. It's usually called an "MIT-style license," though it is perhaps more similar to the BSD-3 Clause license. Rather than continue to use the "home grown" license, we will be moving to a standard, off-the-shelf BSD-3 license, bringing the TDS and NetCDF-Java packages more in line with standard practice within the Open Source community.

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