Re: Linux Documentation Project License (LDPL) v2.0
"Henning Makholm" <email@example.com> wrote in message
Scripsit Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Is it just me or is it hard to sue a pseudonymous modifier, becaue their
real identiy is not known?
All identifiers have scope; if the license doesn't specify, there's no
reason to think you can't use an identifier whose scope is limited to
involvement in the project. :)
It's a reasonable interpretation. The problem is that there are
_other_ reasonable interpretations as well; in particular one easily
imagines a court that would find that the "limited-scope identifier"
defense is a nonsense word-game and finds for the plaintiff (the
author who had sued a pseudonymous modificator for infringement).
Also is it possible for somebody to enforce the copyright to a work they
if they wish not to lose the anonimity?