[Python-Dev] Assigning copyright...

Mark Shannon mark at hotpy.org
Thu Apr 26 08:26:35 CEST 2012

stefan brunthaler wrote:
> Hi,
> I only had little time to spend for my open sourcing efforts, which is
> why I could not get back to python-dev any time earlier...
> Yesterday I forward-ported my patches to revision 76549
> (13c30fe3f427), which only took 25mins or so (primarly due to the
> small changes necessary to Python itself and the stability of that
> parts.) Thanks to a colleague of mine (Per Larsen) I reimplemented
> some of the more ugly parts of the code generator, too.
> Guido's answer from the last thread was that I should duly assign the
> copyright to the PSF. Unfortunatly, I don't really see any other part
> than the LICENSE and README files in the Python distribution. Since my
> patch basically just adds another subdirectory ("cgen") to the Python
> top-level directory, I am not sure if I need to supply other
> information to make my code officially PSF compatible.
> Am I missing something obvious?

A URL for the code repository (with an open-source license),
so code can be reviewed.
It is hard to review and update a giant patch.


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