[tdf-discuss] Contributors' names in LibO 3.3: how to ask for a correction?
I post here because I've just read a message about credits in LibO 3.3 and
so I've checked them in order to confirm that bug, but if there's a better
place where we can discuss this other issue, please point me to it.
Here are the facts: in the credits it's written
That "luctur" was my userid when commiting "code" in the OOo project. I
don't know why there is my username and not my full name there, however
this is not the main problem. In fact, I' haven't found among the
contributors the name of Davide Prina, co-author of the Italian
Since I have originally contributed it to the OOo code base under my own
liability but, of course, with Davide's authorization, by contributing it
by mean of my signed Joint Copyright Agreement, I think Davide's name
should be added to the list of credits too.
Furthermore, I've checked the THIRDPARTYLICENSEREADME.html file and there,
there is Davide's name and not mine as copyright owner... :)
It's a rather awkward situation, I think, and both credits and third party
license lists should be checked and somehow synchronized.
TIA for any comments and hints about this issue.
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