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From "gianny DAMOUR" <>
Subject RE: Niggle about ASL 2.0 license notice text
Date Sun, 29 Feb 2004 12:33:53 GMT
Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
> > Anyone has a better idea than applying a catch-all 2003-2004 copyright
> > range?
>Since your writing a program to do this, how about retrieving the
>version that was in place before your mass conversion, getting the
>copyright date, and then deciding what copyright range to put in?
You are right, this approach seems to be the more conservative and exact.

So, I have done that and re-process the overall project. The result can be 
browsed there:

A listing of the copyright ranges is here:

If a .xsd, .xml, .java, .html, .properties file is not defined in this 
listing, then the range "2004" is applied.

.xsd files in the specs modules are not processed as they are copyrighted by 
Sun Microsystems.

Resources in the root folder are not processed and will need to be processed 
manually, which should be rather simple.

Could you please have a look to this fix and let me know if you are happy to 
progress with it?


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