Translation Disclaimer

Thank you so much for contributing translations. By disclaiming the copyright interest in your translations, you put the Free Software Foundation in the best position to be able to maintain, protect and promote the free software packages you work on.

In the unlikely event that you are employed on a continuing basis to do translation, we may need a disclaimer from your employer as well, to assure your employer does not claim to own this work. Please contact assign@gnu.org to ask for advice if you think this may apply to you.

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By my signature below, I do hereby acknowledge to the Free Software Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation of Massachusetts, USA, that I disclaim all copyright interest in my works, which consist of translation of portions of free software programs from one human language to another human language, that I have provided to the Foundation or that I will provide in the future. The programs to which this applies include all programs for which the Foundation is the copyright holder, and all other freely redistributable software programs.

The translations covered by this disclaimer include, without limitation, translations of textual messages, glossaries, command or option names, help files, user interface text, and the like, contained within or made for use via these programs.

 
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