On Sun, 2011-11-27 at 06:37 +1000, Jean Weber wrote:
Dennis, thank you for the extremely relevant discussions about copyright
and licensing, including:
There is absolutely no requirement to file an iCLA with the Apache
Software Foundation in order to use the Apache License v2.0...
The license itself suggests all that is needed to apply it to your own
... independently licensing under ALv2 is *not* the same as contributing
it to Apache.
And all the other info, particularly the difference between copyright and
I've been reading this, but I am still not clear on some points. As
the originator and author of the Base documents I write, aren't I the
one to whom the copyright belongs?
When someone contributes to the documents, are they agreeing with
the copyright that is contained in the document when they make their
Why can't the few of us who contribute to the Base documents
seemingly should be considered to be the holders of the Base document
copyrights agree to change the licenses under which these documents are
copyrighted? Isn't this within our rights?
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