On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 06:14:03PM +0100, Stefan Blachmann wrote:
> I am no contributor, only a long-time user, so I have no say.
> But imho Robert really deserves to be credited for his great invention
> (at least he is mentioned here http://www.fvwm.org/history/).

Robert Nation has already been widely acknowledged for the foundations he
provided.  This change neither detracts from that, nor changes it, and I see
nothing different that needs to happen as a result.

> Regarding the license things, I would be glad if a way could be found
> that current versions could be bundled with OpenBSD and other FOSS
> BSDs...

That's a separate issue.  Though I'd prefer a BSD-style license, FVWM was
originally in that situation, hence how OpenBSD was originally able to siphon
off 2.x.y in base.

But this change about Copyright doesn't apply here either.  FVWM remains under
the terms of the GPL, as-is.

Please don't ever conflate these things again.

-- Thomas Adam

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