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From "Dittert, Eric" <eric.ditt...@intel.com>
Subject RE: Copyright statement in intermediate files
Date Mon, 12 Sep 2005 22:40:00 GMT
IANAL either, but I think that in cases of documents having mixed
authorship I have seen notices reading "Portions copyright ... " used.
This would apply equally well to the template and the generated file,
and might mollify the users who dislike the more absolute notice.

Just a thought.

-- Eric

>From: Lukas Theussl [mailto:ltheussl@apache.org]
>
>As Brett also pointed out, it would cause us quite some inconvenience
if
>we had to avoid those copyright statements in intermediate files
(except
>if we simply removed them from the original templates, but I wouldn't
be
>happy about that either). So my central question is still not clear to
>me: do we really *have* to remove those statements from intermediate
files?
>


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