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Re: Copyright assignments in Gnu Elpa

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Copyright assignments in Gnu Elpa
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2015 14:30:53 -0500

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  > > All those who make nontrivial contributions of code need to have their
  > > work assigned to the FSF, or else disclaimed.

  > Is "else disclaimed" to be understood as signing the disclaimer handed 
  > out by FSF?
  > Saying: I'm the author and coyright-owner etc.?

The contributor can sign either a copyright assignment (which transfers
the copyright to the FSF) or a copyright disclaimer (which says only
"I don't claim any copyright").

This is explained in what we give to contributors to show them
the options for contributing.

Dr Richard Stallman
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