On Tue, 14 Jun 2005, Niall Walsh wrote:
> I'd have thought the Chinese Dissident Test would be referring to:
>> *"3.3. Required Notices.*
>> You must include a notice in each of Your Modifications that identifies You
> as the Contributor of the Modification."
> So that the theoretical dissident programmer could distribute a modification
> without having to admit to ownership. To be honest I wonder how copyright
> law treats assignments from unverifiable anonymous parties though.
Seems quite simple to me, just contribute by proxy. Let the proxy's
name be the one recorded as having made the modification.
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