Christoph Brill license statement
egore911 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 20:00:31 UTC 2016
doesn't CC0 also apply to code as well? In any case I don't claim any
copyright on my code. Anyway here goes:
All of my past & future contributions to LibreOffice may be licensed under
the MPLv2/LGPLv3+ dual license.
jan iversen <jani at documentfoundation.org> schrieb am Mi., 10. Feb. 2016
> Just to be sure, with this license statement you can contribute
> documentation but not code, see the step-by-step guide if you want to
> contribute code.
> jan i.
> Sent from my iPad, please excuse any misspellings
> > On 10 Feb 2016, at 07:56, jan iversen <jani at documentfoundation.org>
> > WELCOME
> > Thanks for your license statement.
> > If you want help to get started or have any questions, then please
> contact me. I am here to help you (and others) in getting their first patch
> > LibreOffice is a very big program and getting it built, setting up
> gerrit, and getting the first patch right can be a bit challenging,
> therefore do not hesitate to email me if you want help.
> > We have made a step by step guide to help you get started:
> > rgds
> > Jan Iversen.
> > Sent from my iPad, please excuse any misspellings
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