Mats Lidell <matsl(a)xemacs.org> writes:
So we have a plan for the ChangeLogs. Next I turn to the READMEs.
occur in the directory hierarchy in different folders. These are not
as homogeneous as the ChangeLog in style but many describe what is in
the directory. Like here we have lisp, here we have sources etc. There
is no copyright nor license in these READMEs.
Emacs has copyright to FSF and license as normal but not in all
I guess "hg log" and maybe even going back to cvs (is there a copy of
that repo somewhere?) could produce a list of committers. IMO that
seems to over do it for this folder descriptive type of README.
Most of them are morally less than 10 lines, so I suggest not cluttering
them with GPLs and moving on.
As to NEWS, I'd suggest treating it like ChangeLog. (Well, there's
nothing from GNU Emacs in there, is there?)
Sorry, haven't come back for air yet ...
Cheers =8-} Mike
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