Re: GFDL and Anonymity --- another problem?
email@example.com (Måns Rullgård) a tapoté :
> Anthony DeRobertis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >> The copyright holder can be an individual or a group, but in any case
> >> an entity recognized by the law.
> > Sure. But he doesn't have to identify himself, and certainly not by
> > his actual name.
> I've seen lots of files copyrighted by "Monty" or "Xiphophorus". Does
> anyone know who they are?
It can be a team. It seems perfectly ok as long as you can identify
members of this team.
Xiphophorus is a company, isn't it?
> IMHO, it's just silly to not use your real name. What is there to
Hum, I suppose it is useful when you are doing something illegal in
the country where you live. And it is also useful when someone wrote
the code for a company (which is the actual copyright holder).
Not a native english speaker: