Geoff Hutchison (email@example.com)
Wed, 27 Jan 1999 19:42:01 -0400
>I just noticed that all the docs have
>"ht://Dig © 1995-1998 Andrew Scherpbier"
>Any suggestions on what to do about this?
>It would be ok with me if the copyright stuff was removed from the pages. (I
>still get lots of email directly because of that! :-))
I've updated the README and whatever source files I've touched. If anyone
wants to crunch sed on the htdocs folder, I'd appreciate it.
But this brings up a good point... I'm no legal expert, but can we
copyright something like:
Copyright (c) 1995-1999 The ht://Dig Project
This would be in the same style as Apache. I think we need something like
this on all of the source files too, with some mention of GPL and being a
part of the ht://Dig source. But I'd also prefer to avoid FSF-style
Does anyone know if the Apache Group requires copyright assignments? Does
anyone know if we can just copyright as I illustrated, or do we need some
sort of legal agency?
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