Am 02.10.2010 21:25, schrieb Robert Sedak:
I signed contract with Sun Microsystems.
Oracle has bought Sun Microsystems.
I contribute Croatian translation to OOo.
Same content + new translation I contribute to LibO.
Can I be sued?
No. Even if you signed a copyright agreement (either the JCA or most
recent SCA) you have the right whatever you want to do with your
As the translation strings of OOo are under LGPL (as well as the code)
it is allowed to reuse this in LibO. But I'd recommend that existing
translations should be handled via SourceCode management (we will
include latest changes from OOo soon) and then you start contributing
new strings at LibO (as soon as we have set up our own infrastructure).
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