On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 07:54, email@example.com wrote: > I don't think one coowner would be able to change the license terms of the > work as a whole without the consent of the other coowners. He can. That's one of the things it being a "joint work" instead of a "collective work" means. Any author of a joint work, without the consent of any of the other authors, can grant a non-exclusive license. The only restriction is that profits must be shared.
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