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Hi Christophe,

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 3:28 PM, Christophe Strobbe
<> wrote:

1. Now imagine that I contribute code to LibreOffice and the contribution is
accepted. Is it then still acceptable (from a copyright point of view) to
sign the Oracle Contributor Agreement and submit the same code to

Sure - also the other way round is possible, first contribute to OOo
and then commit the same code to LO - with the joint copyright
assignment you don't loose your own rights, you are free to submit
your code under whatever licence terms you please.

2. Conversely, if I sign the Oracle Contributor Agreement and submit code
(and it gets accepted, otherwise the copyright reverts to me),

You never loose the copyright, you just assign the same rights you
have on your code to Oracle as well, additionally.


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