Subject: Re: what happened to the lm75(?) driver?
To: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
Date: 09/13/1999 03:41:09
On Sun, 12 Sep 1999, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> I've attached the most recent revision of the copyright license I'm
> using for my work these days. If someone can point out what this
> license makes third party users of the code do that TNF is unwilling to
> force them to do, and if they can point out some way to re-write these
> terms so that my name is included in some way in every distribution
> (binary or source) as a contributor (and hopefully in some way that
> shows what part I've contributed) [while at the same time ensuring that
> the code is otherwise freely redistributable and that derivative works
> are plainly marked, etc.] and yet make the terms acceptable to TNF, then
> I'll be more than happy to consider making the appropriate changes.
Sounds like you want Berkeley Copyright including clause #3 (the licensing
clause). I haven't looked at your code, but you should also add a manpage
with an appropriate "authors" section.
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