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source: remove names from source comments #4129

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bagder commented Jul 19, 2019

Several reasons:

  • we can't add everyone who's helping out so its unfair to just a few
    selected ones.
  • we already list all helpers in THANKS and in RELEASE-NOTES for each
    release
  • we don't want to give the impression that some parts of the code is
    "owned" or "controlled" by specific persons
Several reasons:

- we can't add everyone who's helping out so its unfair to just a few
selected ones.
- we already list all helpers in THANKS and in RELEASE-NOTES for each
release
- we don't want to give the impression that some parts of the code is
"owned" or "controlled" by specific persons
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Suggested-by: Daniel Gustafsson
@bagder bagder closed this in ec3f6f1 Jul 19, 2019
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Several reasons:

- we can't add everyone who's helping out so its unfair to just a few
selected ones.
- we already list all helpers in THANKS and in RELEASE-NOTES for each
release
- we don't want to give the impression that some parts of the code is
"owned" or "controlled" by specific persons

Assisted-by: Daniel Gustafsson
Closes curl#4129
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