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On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 12:03 PM, B.S. wrote:
I'm planning to open a website about fedora.I think I have to sign TLA to
legalize this but I have no idea about how to do this...
I tried to connect with legal@fedor* they didn't replied to me
Can anybody give me some directions?
Per this page:
You should contact the Board, and I would mail the
fedora-advisory-board mailing list.
The fedora-legal list is generally, but not always, concerned with
software licensing issues.
Seems that this set of guidelines would come into play, and likely you
would need a TLA.
However, today (and in most cases) tomorrow is a public holiday in the
US where a significant chunk of the Board resides.
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