Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Yes, it can be removed. I just wasn't aware that copyright transfer
> > is neccessary. Most open-source projects don't have such a
> > requirement, and individual portions of code are copyrighted by
> > their respecitve authors.

This isn't a "copyright transfer", but if you just write "(C) me" 
without anything else then you haven't given any license for anyone 
else to use it.  If we put a uniform copyright statement everywhere, 
then this gives reasonable assurance (as in: we got away with it so 
far) to everyone about the nature of the license and such.  Your name 
is still on record, so you are still the copyright holder under law.

Peter Eisentraut

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