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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 6 years ago 2016-11-04 01:02:30
bkuhn@ebb.org
Add paragraph about principles-discuss.

Welcome those who visit this page to join the principles-discuss mailing
list. In doing so, also make a link to the principles themselves.
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<p>Conservancy engages in copyleft compliance work in two different ways: by acting directly
 
on behalf of <a href="/projects/">Conservancy's Member Projects</a> who request
 
Free and Open Source License compliance efforts, and for
 
specific, targeted member projects for communities of developers.</p>
 

	
 
<p>Conservancy's Copyleft Compliance Projects are run in a collaborative manner with
 
the project developers.  All copyright holders involved have the opportunity
 
to give input and guidance on Conservancy's strategy in dealing with
 
compliance issues.  Thus, all Conservancy's compliance matter have full
 
  support of relevant copyright holders.</p>
 

	
 
<p>In addition to taking feedback internally from those who participate as
 
  part of the coalitions described below, Conservancy also welcomes feedback
 
  and discussion with the general public about our copyleft compliance
 
  efforts.  This discussion happens on
 
  Conservancy's <a href="https://lists.sfconservancy.org/mailman/listinfo/principles-discuss">principles-discuss</a>
 
  mailing list, which is named
 
  for <a href="/copyleft-compliance/principles.html">Principles of
 
  Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement</a> which Conservancy follows in all our
 
  copyleft compliance.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Compliance Project For Our Fiscally Sponsored Projects</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Historically, Conservancy was well-known for its ongoing license
 
compliance efforts on behalf of its BusyBox member project.  Today, Conservancy
 
does semi-regular compliance work for its BusyBox, Evergreen, Git, Inkscape, Mercurial,
 
Samba, Sugar Labs and Wine member projects.  If you are a copyright holder
 
in any member project of Conservancy, please contact the project's leadership committtee,
 
via <a href="mailto:PROJECTNAME@sfconservancy.org">&lt;PROJECTNAME@sfconservancy.org&gt;</a>
 
for more information on getting involved in compliance efforts in that project.
 
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<h2>GPL Compliance Project For Linux Developers</h2>
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