BRM wrote (29-10-10 00:41)
From: Thorsten Behrens<firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Linux Kernel guys don't require it; KDE E.v. does. Both methods have
their pros and cons.
Hi, just a very small correction here - KDE e.V. does not require
it, it is optional to sign their FLA (a trait shared among other
FLOSS projects, e.g. the Python Foundation acts similarly).
Thank you for the correction. I thought they did from what I had read a while
Yet another method to accomplish the same goal.
What would be the use of people giving the option to share a CA or not.
Just the fact that, in case for e.g. a licence update, you only have to
contact x% of the contributors?
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