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André Schnabel píše v Pá 12. 11. 2010 v 08:16 +0100:

Am 11.11.2010 22:19, schrieb Martin Srebotnjak:
I just downloaded my "old" Slovenian po file from LO Pootle and was amazed
by the header of my file:

# Slovenian localization of LibreOffice
# Copyright (C) 2006, SUSE Linux GmbH, Nuremberg

My localization is copyright by SUSE? Does SUSE replace Oracle as owner of
LO? What is this? It is my localization and if anyone can claim copyright of
any kind, it is mine. Do I have to sue SUSE?

no, surely not. I'd guess this was either a mistake or some initial 
translations had really been done by

We got some translations from the openSUSE community and also from the
SLED (SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop) translators. It probably went in
this way. Of course, anyone could add his own copyright line.

Best Regards,

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