good bye google code
jim at anconafamily.com
Tue Jul 21 18:35:42 CEST 2009
If your code is released under an open source license, _anyone_ can
keep it even if you don't want them to. By applying a FLOSS license to
your code, you gave everyone in the world that right.
On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Patryk Benderz<Patryk.Benderz at esp.pl> wrote:
>> You can. I have done - you just have to go in with the shell - or ask
>> them to do it.
> That case they had to change their policy. It was written explicitly in
> some agreement that they are allowed to keep this code even if you do
> not want this.
> Kind Regards
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