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Becoming maintainer of FreeBSD x86_64 GNAT port
- From: gcc at coreland dot ath dot cx
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Mon, 6 Jul 2009 17:40:43 +0100
- Subject: Becoming maintainer of FreeBSD x86_64 GNAT port
I've submitted patches (and had them OK'd) to add support for FreeBSD on
x86_64  and, as you can see, have been told that I need SVN write access
and (according the site ) a copyright assignment or a dedication of
work to the public domain.
Exactly how do I go about organising the above?
The documentation linked to on the FSF site is convoluted and not helpful.
I'm fully prepared to dedicate every single line I write to the public
domain. I'm solely interested in getting a working compiler - not in
copyright, credit, licensing or any other distractions.