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Open Source Components
Like most software development companies, FairCom uses third-party components to provide some functionality within our technology. Often those third-party components are selected because they are a standard in the industry, they offer specific functionality that is easier to license than to develop and maintain in the long run, or they provide a proven and inexpensive solution to a particular business need. Examples of third-party software FairCom uses are the OpenSSL toolkit that provides Transport Layer Security (TLS) for secure communications and the ICU Unicode libraries to provide wide character support (think international characters and emojis).
Some of these third-party components are the subject to commercial licenses and others are subject to open source licenses. For open source solutions that we incorporate into our technology, we include the package name and associated license in a notice.txt file found in the same directory as the server.
The notice.txt file should always stay in the same directory as the server. This is particularly important in instances where your company has redistribution rights, such as an ISV who duplicates server binaries and (re)distributes those to an eventual end-user at a third-party company. Ensuring that the notice.txt file "travels with" the server binary is important to maintain third-party and FairCom license compliance.