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On Tue, 2005-07-12 at 14:58 -0700, Deedra Waters wrote:
> 1. We only worry about copyrighting code that gentoo actually owns,
> mainly catalyst, portage, the installer and things like that.
> Also any documentation that gentoo has written along with the utilities
> that may have been written for portage etc etc.
That makes sense to me, since the vast majority of ebuilds aren't really
> 2. it would be a co-ownership basically, meaning thatif i wrote
> documentation or parts of documentation, i would retain the rights to
> those docs, but gentoo owns the entire thing.
I don't understand this. Could you clarify?
> 3. only gentoo would have the ability to sue. This is more a legal
> thing, but basically it's so that if we ever had to go into law to
> defend the copyright, the other person can't force us to drag all of
> our developers into court.
I'm a little confused about what exactly you're proposing. Is it an
exclusive license, assigning a share of the rights or something else
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