Reported by William Martin, Apr 1, 2011
We need to update most of file to have a proper Copyright Actually, we can find Copyright (C) 2011 Céondo Ltd and contributors. Copyright (C) 2010 Céondo Ltd and contributors. Copyright (C) 2008 Céondo Ltd and contributors. Copyright (C) 2008, 2009, 2010 Céondo Ltd and contributors. Copyright (C) 2008-2010 Céondo Ltd and contributors. It's a boring job, but i can update all the file with a sed script. We just need to have to right patter for the date. I thinks is "2008 - 2011".
Comment 1 by Thomas Keller, Apr 1, 2011
I'm not a lawyer, but does a copyright actually "outdate" just because a new year begins? I mean, if somebody installs an older (say 2009'ish) version of IDF, he'll find old copyrights from at most 2009 in the code. This doesn't make the copyright any softer, though, does it? Sure its just a while loop and a sed command, but still...
Comment 2 by William Martin, Apr 2, 2011
From : http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.html For software with several releases over multiple years, it's okay to use a range (“2008-2010”) instead of listing individual years (“2008, 2009, 2010”) if and only if every year in the range, inclusive, really is a “copyrightable” year that would be listed individually; and you make an explicit statement in your documentation about this usage.
Comment 3 by William Martin, Apr 2, 2011
commit 5ea4b02205824e094b1efa3e706a37ce5559bc4b Two files are under 'Plume Framework' copyright, is it normal ? - src/IDF/Form/Field/EmailList.php - src/IDF/Scm/Monotone/ZipRender.php
Comment 4 by Thomas Keller, Apr 2, 2011
The latter file is from Patrick and me and possibly got this wrong license by accident. Feel free to correct it.
Comment 5 by William Martin, Apr 3, 2011
Loic, what about the first file ? - src/IDF/Form/Field/EmailList.php
Comment 6 by William Martin, Apr 5, 2011
Comment 7 by Thomas Keller, Apr 27, 2011