Date: 2003-02-06 03:28:00
> From: Vladimir Prus [mailto:ghost_at_[hidden]]
> I've put "boost.org" there intentionally. The reason is that I'm not
> interested in those files, don't want to put my copyright
> just for legal
> reasons, and lastly, this way if someone else changes a test --- which
> is very likely, he won't have to think about updating copyright. Is
> "boost.org" a problem?
Unfortunately, it is a problem, because that copyright statement makes
boost.org a legal entity, something that would complicate matters for Boost.
We're trying to find out whether it is possible to "disable" copyright
(which automatically belong to the author is there's no statement) by some
form of disclaimer in the files, for cases such as this.
I'll just roll back the changes until we've found a satisfactory solution.
Isn't this fun?
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