Re: Gnome foundation & copyright assesment

On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 02:20:02PM +0100 or thereabouts, Jean-Michel POURE wrote:
> Dear Gnome members,
> I read on that:
> "Other examples of projects requiring copyright assignment include Python, 
> OpenOffice, GNOME and all Free Software Foundation projects, such as GNU 
> Enterprise and GCC."

Can't answer 1 and 3, so snipped.
> 2) Is such a transfer of ownership always required in the case of 
> contribution to the Gnome Project?

I don't think it's required as a rule. I think perhaps this page
may be mistaken.
> 4) Where can I find the list of the Foundation members?

$ export CVSROOT=":pserver:anonymous anoncvs gnome org:/cvs/gnome"
$ cvs checkout gnome-foundation
$ ls gnome-foundation/applications/approved/

Or you can look at the list of names on the CVS-on-the-web interface at

(Ugh, what a URL: if that didn't work, go to
and pick "Navigate CVS using Bonsai's repository viewer" then follow
the obvious pathname: gnome-foundation; applications; approved.)

Telsa (who hasn't knowingly assigned anything anywhere :))

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