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bug#13955: Subject: 24.3; (thing-at-point 'list) fails

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: bug#13955: Subject: 24.3; (thing-at-point 'list) fails
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 12:08:06 +0100
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Am 14.03.2013 16:59, schrieb Glenn Morris:
Andreas Röhler wrote:

patch attached

Please, nobody apply this patch (preferably, don't even reference it),
since the author has issues with copyright assignment.
That's his prerogative of course, but as has been pointed out in the
past it makes it impossible for us to use any patches.

Please let's NOT have yet another discussion of those assignment issues
here, I'm just pointing out facts, not making any judgements.


"Individual small changes (fewer than 10 lines of code) can, however, be 
without a copyright assignment form on file. "

Added four lines of code.

As for the assignment mentioned, it stipulates for example:

"I hereby indemnify and hold harmless the Foundation, its
officers, employees, and agents against any and all claims,
actions or damages (including attorney's reasonable fees)
asserted by or paid to any party on account of a breach or
alleged breach of the foregoing warranty."

Where the "alleged breach" is the point.
So you indemnify also if being falsely brought to court?
Alleged is enough?

Wondering, how reasonable people may sign such a contract.

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