From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-30 04:52:00
And another permission:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicolai Josuttis" <nico_at_[hidden]>
To: "John Maddock" <john_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2004 2:44 PM
Subject: Re: Your copyright in the Boost C++ Libraries (second try)
> Hi John,
> sorry for not answering immediately, but these
> mails were considered as spam.
> However,m this time I saw it.
> OK, here it is:
> I, Nicolai Josuttis, give
> permission for all my contributions to Boost to be moved to the Boost
> Software License Version 1.
> John Maddock wrote:
>> Hi, if you are receiving this reminder again it is because there are one
>> or more
>> files in the Boost C++ libraries that contain your copyright declaration.
>> PLEASE, do take a little time to read through this and respond - it would
>> help us a great deal! If you already have responded, then I missed it,
>> and I apologise, but if you could take a little time to put me right,
>> then that would be appreciated as well.
>> As some of you will know already, in order to simplify Boost licensing,
>> are in the process of moving to a single common license
>> (http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt). The aim of the new license is to
>> provide a single wording, that encapsulates our previous license
>> requirements, and which will simplify the evaluation of Boost for
>> So here's the big question: may we have permission to change code that
>> your copyright to use the new license? Your copyright declaration would
>> obviously remain, it's only the license text that would change.
>> If "yes", and you have Boost-cvs write access, please add your name to
>> If "yes" and you have access to the Boost mailing list
>> (boost_at_[hidden]), then please post a message there, subject "Boost
>> License Permission", and content something like: "I Jim Hacker, give
>> permission for all my contributions to Boost to be moved to the Boost
>> Software License Version 1". (This gives us a public record that your
>> permission has been given).
>> If "yes", but you are no longer subscribed to the Boost list then please
>> reply to boost-owner_at_[hidden] with content as above.
>> If "no", please give us some idea what objections you may have.
>> Finally, if this message was sent in error, please let us know, it's just
>> about possible that we have you mixed up with someone of the same name,
>> if so apologies.
>> Many thanks for your time,
>> John Maddock.
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