On Sat, Dec 15, 2001 at 04:43:37PM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote:
>     I am aware that certain long-standing RMS-specific projects,
>     like emacs, require people who submit patches to sign-over their 
>     copyright, but I am not aware of people generally signing 
>     the copyright for their own GPL'd works over to the FSF.  RMS
>     wnats people to, but as far as I can tell most people have no
>     desire to.

All GNU projects appear to work this way.  Contributions/patches are
not accepted until you have completed paperwork with the FSF.

I didn't realize how common this was myself until I started hacking on
guile.  I don't hack on it anymore.

Jacques A. Vidrine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>                     http://www.nectar.cc/
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