Subject: Re: [boost] Copyright-less licence references
From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-09-15 14:32:12
> Well, I am bring it up. Steering committee is free to discuss, respond or
> ignore. As it stands my source code either lying almost all the time, or
> missing copyright or I need to keep updating 700+ file all the times. Unless
> this changes, I am inclined to change disclaimer everywhere to "Copyright
> 2001 Boost.Test authors" and be done with that.
That's explicitly against the terms of the BSL, if you did do that,
> Each library has README file. It should be enough to just have Copyright in
> that one file IMO. And it won't be a real copyright attribution, but more
> like acknowledgement: these guys worked on this code.
Which part of "Boost took legal advice" when setting this up did you not
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