Tom, Your changes look
to be right in line with what was requested. Thanks! I approved
the PR, but since I don't have write authority to your repo, I don't count...
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Re: [jakartaee-platform-dev] Question about EFSL notice Sent
On Thu, 14 May 2020 at 19:49, Kevin Sutter
wrote: On second read,
Lukas, you are correct. The cited usage in your note should not be
changed since it's treated as a template for derivatives. Sorry I
missed that! And, now I created all of those Issues for the Spec
Projects... Dang it! That will teach me for attempting to be
there was exactly the same question some time ago and answer given was:
"This part of the license is instructions for how you're supposed
to update the document if you make a derivative copy of the document. When
you make a copy you're supposed to fill in that part with the actual URL to the license."
Based on that I would say that No, nothing on these two lines should be
changed as it serves just as a template and this is not "a derivative
copy of the document". But IANAL and now it is being suggested to
do the opposite, so can someone shed some light into this, please? Or am I the
only confused person here now?