Translations are derivative works of the original.
On 2020-02-14 18:45, Alexandre François Garreau wrote:
Le lundi 3 février 2020, 16:28:52 CET Benno Schulenberg a écrit :
But in practice the GNU project requires
that significant contributors sign a copyright assignment, and that
translators sign a copyright disclaimer.
Well, maybe it concerns only softwares, but once rms wrote something on
to be published on gnu.org, and within the hour I translated it in
sent it to the translators list and it got published on the website. I
didn’t sign anything. And my copyright is still on it. That quite
surprised myself. This sounds unpractical (what if the original gets
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