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From Torsten Curdt <tcu...@vafer.org>
Subject Re: ASF Board Summary for February 18, 2004
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2004 19:19:21 GMT
>>   - All releases made after March 1 must use the new Apache License 2.0.
>>     Please note that this applies to *all* releases, even maintenance
>>     releases where the original went out under the 1.1 license.
>>         Please see http://www.apache.org/dev/apply-license.html for more
>>     information on applying the license.

Shall we tackle the update this week?

>> * In conjunction with the the discussion about relicensing and some
>>   copyright issues, the Board is establishing an official policy in this
>>   area:
>>     - each and every file must have exactly *one* Copyright line, 
>> specifying
>>     The Apache Software Foundation. additional individual or corporate
>>     copyrights are not allowed.
>>         (of course, binary files or certain restrictively formatted files
>>     cannot include the copyright and license, but the copyright/license
>>     header should be in everything possible)

Does this mean we have to have the full licence in each file
...or is the one and only copyright line good enough - if
there is a reference to the licence?

>>   - author tags are officially discouraged. these create difficulties in
>>     establishing the proper ownership and the protection of our
>>     committers. there are other social issues dealing with collaborative
>>     development, but the Board is concerned about the legal ramifications
>>     around the use of author tags

We had quite a discussion about this...
..so remove the author tags on the same update?

WDYGT
--
Torsten


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