/* Copyright 1991 NCR Corporation - Dayton, Ohio, USA */
Note how it has absolutely no grant of rights whatsoever, just like #3824, but
worse. Hopefully this serves as a nice reminder to VERY CAREFULLY vet any code
additions for licence stuff.
Your friendly Debian paranoid freak,
Sorry about the phenomenal bug spam, guys. Adding xorg-team@ to the QA contact so bugs don't get lost in future.
There's nothing to do here. Portions were copyrighted, but we don't even have
a way to note what portions that copyright claims. Any such code copyrighted
by that is still licensed under the existing license which is compatible with
the license in the LICENSE file.
So yeah... if we could go back 20 years to figure out what that was and ask for
clarification, we would... but we can't.