Ar 11:29 -0800 2000-05-20, scríobh Erland Sommarskog:
>As has been noted, there is no juridical concept "copyleft" in the same
>way as there is something well-defined called "copyright". In fact,
>unless I have missed something, "copyleft" is completely void from
>a juridical standpoint.
It seems to me that the REVERSED COPYRIGHT SIGN is intended to be used as
kind of a glyph variant of COPYRIGHT SIGN, but in a kind of portmonteau
fashion, namely, that it contains within it a specific licensing assertion,
which the COPYRIGHT SIGH does not.
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