> * Simon Josefsson: > > The Contributor grants third parties the right to > > copy and distribute the Contribution, with or without > > modification, in any medium, without royalty. If the > > Contribution is modified, any claims of endorsement or > > official status by the IETF or ISOC must be removed. [Florian Weimer] > Sure, but this might not be acceptable to ISOC, which might want to > see a "Portions Copyright (C) 200x The Internet Society" in derived > works. I don't see a conflict there. A copyright notice is not a claim of endorsement or official status - it's particularly clear that this is not the case if only "portions" are copyrighted by some standards body. I think it's self-evident that people are not allowed to remove copyright statements. That's _always_ true unless you are specifically authorised to do so. But perhaps this should be spelled out explicitly?
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