[Trilinos-Users] [EXTERNAL] Export Compliance

Heroux, Michael A maherou at sandia.gov
Fri Feb 24 18:45:41 MST 2012


Trilinos is entirely open source, some under GNU LGPL, some under BSD, and moving in the direction of all BSD.

Both licenses permit you to distribute it without requiring additional permission.


Michael Heroux
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On Feb 24, 2012, at 5:00 PM, "Tommy Binford" <tbinford at gmail.com> wrote:

> I currently use a few Trilinos packages in my code here at Weatherford
> International.  I'd like to start using Trilinos packages in my
> production codes.  Some of routines are useful to the other
> programmers in my office.  However, our software generally travels
> around the world with our oilfield equipment.
> How do I get permission to distribute the Trilinos packages in my
> software to other countries (UAE, Indonesia, for example)?  I noticed
> a blurb in one of the very old Trilinos manuals (4.0 or something)
> about how one *may* need to obtain a license from the government for
> export purposes.
> Best,
> Tommy Binford
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