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[task #15466] Submission of RCscope

From: Vladimir Sedach
Subject: [task #15466] Submission of RCscope
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2019 14:11:09 -0500 (EST)
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Follow-up Comment #8, task #15466 (project administration):

I think so, because most project README files I see do not have copyright
notices (including several projects I looked at that were hosted on Savannah,
to see examples I could follow), and I suspect many people have the
misconception as I did. When states that "For copyright
purpose, any file more than ten lines long is nontrivial, so it should have
copyright and license notices," the literal interpretation would mean that the
file COPYING would need a project copyright notice, which clearly does not
make sense. I think a lot of people think the same about README. That is what
I thought.


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