Il 06/11/2010 22.25, Cor Nouws ha scritto:
However, all that doesn't mean it might not be good for TDF to offer
the choice of copyright assignment without requiring it; something
also be good to offer the estates of deceased developers when those
arrive. But that is all - an option should the developer with to
Having read all fine explanations, (strong) opinions, I think this is
simply the best we can do.
So +1 from my side,
It's clear what positions people have about this matter, and it's rather
difficult they will change their mind.
Politely asking the contributors whether they want to assign their
copyright to the foundation or not, it's a needed compromise.
I hope nobody has something to object about an action *voluntarily* done
by the contributors, though it may involve some minor cost.
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