dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Wed Feb 18 13:24:27 PST 2004
:So we can just remove the advertising clause from the lisence? I thought
:the only person that could do that was the owner of the code.
If the source file only has a UC Regents copyright on it you can
remove the advertising clause. If it has other copyrights on it
then you can't know what the other authors intended and you cannot
remove the advertising clause.
Either way, the licensing clause is effectively removed from all UC
copyright statements by virtue of the missif at the end of
/usr/src/COPYRIGHT, whether we remove it from the individual source
files or not.
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