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Christophe Strobbe wrote (16-02-11 15:28)

I have a question about licences and copyright.
These are important questions for developers who don't want to take
sides for or against or LibreOffice. If this has already
been clarified in a wiki somewhere, please let me know. (I have searched
the web but I haven't found any info on this.)

I think the questions have been answered in detail clear enough and show there is no problem. I want to add that the question also is an interesting one, since some people simply might prefer to contribute to both and LibreOffice, since there is still quite some overlap, and code coming from Open to Libre. Of course I know of the other sides of copy right assignments and that therefore people prefer not to share contributions, but it is not something we, IMHO, would want to imply on all developers :-)

Kind regards,

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