Subject: Re: Last chance: Copyrights is OK ?
To: NetBSD Kernel Technical Discussion List <>
From: Dave Huang <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 03/08/1999 19:22:25
I've got a few files in the tree (2 or 3), and I'm not terribly concerned
about what people do/don't do with 'em... While it does give me warm
fuzzies to pop in a NetBSD CD and point out my name to my friends, that's
not important to me in the grand scheme of things. I'd probably be willing
to transfer the copyright to TNF, but I was wondering what that would
actually mean. Would it limit what I'm able to do with it? I heard that as
the author/copyright holder of the code, I'm free to release it under
whatever license(s) I want; e.g. both Berkeley-style and GPL (so Linux
folks can take the code if they want). Is that actually the case? If so,
would I still be able to do that if it was copyright to TNF?
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