LF Energy SOGNO Project License Scan and Findings July 2022

Jeff Shapiro

Hi Team,

Here are the results from the July 2022 license scan of the SOGNO project. The scan was performed using the Linux Foundation Fossology server. Licenses and copyrights were examined.

The key findings (if any) and license summary can be found in the HTML report, the list of files in the spreadsheet, and also find the SPDX file listed below:


lfenergy/sogno, code pulled 2022-07-29
- report: https://lfscanning.org/reports/lfenergy/sogno-2022-07-29-3845a37c-c73d-4daf-ba83-14c1fa8699da.html
- xlsx: https://lfscanning.org/reports/lfenergy/sogno-2022-07-29-3845a37c-c73d-4daf-ba83-14c1fa8699da.xlsx
- spdx: https://github.com/lfscanning/spdx-lfenergy/tree/master/sogno/2022-07/sogno-2022-07-29.spdx

NOTE: The Key Findings in the report are from a previous scan, and the files are still present in your repository. You should check to see if these have been addressed, remove the affected files, or let me know if there are no isseus.

NOTE: The repository libcimpp was excluded from the scan this time, there was an error loading the repo into the scanning tool due to its size which may be due to documentation or image files in a branch.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions about the scan results. Be sure to reply to me directly as I may not get an email sent directly to the distribution list.

Thanks, Jeff

Jeff Shapiro

Markus Mirz

Dear Jeff,
by now we do not require the GPL3 files indicated in the report anymore. I have archived the dpsim-villas repo and will delete it soon.
The libcimpp repo might be indeed too large because of the documentation. Since the last scan, we have moved the doxygen documentation to a gh pages branch in the github repo and it has many images.