New projects and copyright
ams at codesourcery.com
Tue Sep 7 09:00:55 BST 2010
FAOD, the patch I sent you for that project is copyright Linaro, as per
the CodeSourcery contract (it's a non-FSF project, of course).
On 05/09/10 22:41, Michael Hope wrote:
> I don't understand the page at:
> I've put the new Toolchain WG web tools up on Launchpad so that others
> in the group can get it. It needs a README (fine), license (EPL
> apparently), and copyright statement.
> I'm paid by Canonical but work for Linaro. The Copyright page says
> that new work is (C) Canonical and then the copyright 'flows' to
> Linaro. What does this mean and how do I achieve it? What copyright
> statement should be on the work and where?
> At a different level, how do you apply the EPL to a project? What
> text should I have in what files to record the license and copyright?
> Is there a standard way of doing this?
> -- Michael
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