Re: Group Copyright
On Fri, 20 Jul 2001, Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS wrote:
> However, if you carry on like that, you will soon find it impossible
> to contact all the authors, which means you won't later be able to
> change or clarify the licence. As I said before, that can be an
> advantage. However, it could also be a disadvantage if you chose a bad
> licence in the first place.
> If you are using a well known and standard licence, such as the GPL, I
> don't see a major problem with this approach. It's certainly less
> trouble than setting up a corporation and assigning copyrights.
If you trust the FSF, you could also use the "GPL 2.0 or (on your opionio)
any later version" or whatever the exact term is.
Bernhard R. Link