I hereby confirm that I would like my work on dbscripts to be licensed under the terms of the GPL-2.0 or any later version of the license.
On Fri, Jun 05, 2020 at 12:34:45AM -0400, Eli Schwartz firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'm one of the current maintainers of the Arch Linux dbscripts . Unfortunately, it did not used to have a license, and to fix that, I have agreed with Pierre Schmitz, Aaron Griffin, Judd Vinet, and Dan McGee (who between us cover 581/715 of the commits in the repository) to license it under the terms of the GPL-2.0-or-later .
If you're getting this email (which is cross-posted to the arch-projects mailing list) then you've contributed changes in the past as well, which I would appreciate a positive affirmation that you consent to your contribution(s) being distributed under this license as well.
(If there is a different license you'd prefer, then I will have to see what we can do, but I'm hoping that won't be necessary...)
Here's the (deduplicated) list of `git shortlog` committers:
Abhishek Dasgupta email@example.com Allan McRae firstname.lastname@example.org Andrea Scarpino email@example.com Daniel J Griffiths firstname.lastname@example.org Dave Reisner email@example.com Eric Bélanger firstname.lastname@example.org Florian Pritz email@example.com François Charette firstname.lastname@example.org Henning Garus email@example.com Jan Alexander Steffens (heftig) firstname.lastname@example.org Jan de Groot email@example.com Jelle van der Waa firstname.lastname@example.org Johannes Löthberg email@example.com Levente Polyak firstname.lastname@example.org Luke Shumaker email@example.com Rémy Oudompheng firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Horowitz email@example.com Simo Leone firstname.lastname@example.org Thomas Bächler email@example.com Travis Willard firstname.lastname@example.org Xavier Chantry email@example.com
-- Eli Schwartz Bug Wrangler and Trusted User