> > I am donating the hyphenation file to the ASF, and although it would be
> > nice to keep the copyright, I think that would hamper future enhancements,
> > or not?
> As long as you don't choose to revoke the license for all
> future and past versions (rather than forking or whatever),
> there wouldn't be a problem. This was recently extensively
> discussed on slashdot in response to an interview with a
> real lawyer.

>From a quick look at the contributors license (I couldn't find a link that works) it 
appears that when code is contributed to the ASF the copyright is granted to the 
ASF. THe contributor does reserve remaining rights, title and interest.
I don't know if code contributed under this agreement is the same as code 
contributed with normal patches etc., maybe it is implied?


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