Re: What does "disclaiming a copyright mean"?
Disclaiming a copyright means releasing into the public domain. (as in
no copyright at all). IANAL, but looking at what the license file
says, I would assume it to be copyrighted by Said Abdeddaim and
released under the LGPL, but the parts written by Burkhard Morgenstern
On 4/19/06, Charles Plessy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear debian-legal subscribers,
> As I am not a native speaker, I face difficulty of understanding the
> following sentence:
> " Burkhard Morgenstern hereby disclaims all copyright interest in
> DIALIGN, written by Burkhard Morgenstern and Said Abdeddaim. "
> It is from the licence of the dialign program, which you can read here:
> Does in mean that B. Morgenstern abandons his rights to S. Abdeddaim ?
> Thank you a lot for your help,
> Charles Plessy
> Wako, Saitama, Japon
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