[Marketing] Fwd: (C) SL or (C) SFC???
walter.bender at gmail.com
Wed Oct 27 14:47:22 EDT 2010
As per below, we need to change www.sl.o to say (C) Software Freedom
Conservancy 2009, 2010 instead of (C) Sugar Labs 2009. Anywhere else
that (C) SL appears?
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bradley M. Kuhn <bkuhn at sfconservancy.org>
Date: Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 2:08 PM
Subject: Re: (C) SL or (C) SFC???
To: Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com>
Cc: Karen Sandler <karen at softwarefreedom.org>, Sascha Silbe
<silbe at sugarlabs.org>
Please note that the address <conservancy at softwarefreedom.org> is
defunct. The email found its way to me, but may not in the future.
Walter Bender wrote at 15:38 (EDT) on Tuesday:
> As per the discussion below, could you please clarify the process by
> which Sugar Labs should be assigning copywrite in our code and web
> pages? Should everything read SFC instead of SL?
It's certainly true that Sugar Labs is not a legal entity and cannot be
a copyright holder. The copyright holder would therefore have to be the
individual generating the work, or the Conservancy.
Meanwhile, it's possible, if you like, for some of Sugar Labs work to be
assigned to Conservancy, and then can say "Copyright (C) Software
We leave this decision wholly up to the projects, but everyone should be
using their own names in copyright assignments unless they've signed a
copyright assignment with the Conservancy (and I believe that no on in
Sugar Labs project has).
Bradley M. Kuhn, Executive Director, Software Freedom Conservancy
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