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Add the name of the copyright holder and year #13391
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Apr 7, 2014
Since it's all we use in other files, "The Rust Project Developers" is all that's needed in here. The range of dates is meaningless because it has no meaning in copyright law - the published date does, and that's 2014 for the contents of master. That's why the template licenses never ask for a range.
That LICENSE-MIT was wrong has long bugged me. I also agree "The Rust Project Developers" and 2014 is sufficient.
LICENSE-APACHE does not need to change though. That line is actually part of the appendix, which is a template explaining how to use the license - I don't think it's intended to be changed.
Sorry this went under the radar for so long @smesseim! Feel free to comment on a PR when you update it, because sadly we don't get any notifications when it's force-pushed.
Could you squash these commits into just one commit? Thanks again, and sorry for the delay!