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Re: [PATCH] vfprint: validate nargs and argument-based offsets
> "When you create a new file you need to attribute the changes to yourself
> even if you submitted them on behalf of your company. Your copyright
> assignment is on file with the Free Software Foundation so we know who
> assigned the copyright to the sources you contributed, be it yourself or a
> company. "
I don't know what that's supposed to mean (and didn't know it was there).
It is the case with all GNU projects that contributors are individuals, not
companies. (The FSF's company assignment requirements are solely because
of employers' potential copyright claims on the work of their employees.)
There are places like the ChangeLog that require someone's name and email
address, and this needs to be a particular person responsible for the code,
not a company name or role account or whatnot. But there has never been
any requirement to annotate source files with people's names.