Dokumentation unter GPL?

Werner Koch wk at
Di Jun 17 12:17:52 UTC 2014

On Tue, 17 Jun 2014 10:05, reiter at said:

> (den er CLA nennt und der sehr amerikanisch ist), um dann für den

z.B. Standard FSF copyright assignment.

> Abschluss anderer Art Verträge zu argumentieren (den er DCO nennt).

Also wohl was was Linux, Samba und GnuPG benutzen:

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