Agreeing with Project terms
Posted May 23, 2011 16:37 UTC (Mon) by southey
In reply to: OpenOffice.org and contributor agreements
Parent article: OpenOffice.org and contributor agreements
I find your argument rather moot because sending code means that you already agree to the project's terms including licensing. Otherwise the Project would not (or should not) accept it because it would change the terms of the project.
Of course, if you do not agree with the Project's terms then you should only contribute what you can afford to lose. As was very evident in this article, if you want the code back then reassigning copyrights is one indication that you are less likely to get the code back under favorable terms.
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