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Re: permission to use spec files in other projects



On 02.01.2008 17:51, Tom "spot" Callaway wrote:
> Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> 
>> Correct me if I'm wrong, but the CLA doesn't give 3rd partys that get
>> Software from Fedora any rights as the CLA is a contract between
>> Contributers and Fedora/Red Hat. Thus if my neighbor gets spec files
>> from Fedora then he can't know if what he got is bound to the CLA.
> You're wrong. :)

I think you still didn't get my point ;)

> Even though the CLA is a contract between contributors and Fedora, it
> explicitly grants rights to Red Hat _and_ all recipients of the
> Contributed works (aka Fedora).

Sure, but I can't know if the all work I get from Fedora was submitted
by someone that signed the CLA. For you that might be obvious, but for
outsiders it's not, thus they can't rely on it.

> To me, this seems like more of a documentation issue, [...]

+1

Cu
knurd


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