Difference between revisions of "FFmpeg SFLC representation"

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Contacted the SFLC but was told they already have enough clients:
Contacted the SFLC but was told they already have enough clients:
* Robert Swain
* Robert Swain
Contacted the SFLC, got the documents, sent the documents signed but got no confirmation of receipt this far:
* Reynaldo Verdejo


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Revision as of 17:17, 26 March 2009

FFmpeg legal representation

The Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) represents FFmpeg in legal affairs. To do this, they need a signed contract with individual copyright holders that gives them the right to represent them in legal matters concerning FFmpeg. To have an overview who signed those papers, we are collecting the names of those developers who already signed here.

Add your names in alphabetical order.

  • Aurelien Jacobs

Letter reception confirmed by the SFLC:

  • Diego Biurrun
  • Ronald S. Bultje

Contacted the SFLC but was told they already have enough clients:

  • Robert Swain

Contacted the SFLC, got the documents, sent the documents signed but got no confirmation of receipt this far:

  • Reynaldo Verdejo