So what do I do about this? Or more particularly about this: “Copyright (c) 2016 tangzhentao <email@example.com>”? I don’t mind people using sources from my repos, but I do mind them claiming copyright. I would appreciate advice and thoughts.
[ConstraintPack] iOS autolayout constraint Pack from <iOS Auto Layout Demystified Second Edition> by Erica Sadun. https://t.co/pMYrxCAwdE
— CocoaPods New Pods (@CocoaPodsFeed) November 10, 2016
Update: On Jeremy Tregunna’s advice, I sent an email: “You are welcome to create Cocoapods using my repositories, but you are not welcome to claim copyright ownership, change the license (BSD attribution in this case), or otherwise misattribute my code. ” I asked tangzhentao to correct the matter immediately.
Update: Tangzhentao responds: “I just saw this problem today in Github and then I went to check my email. Thank everybody to piont out this mistake, especially Erica Sadun. Now I have corrected this mistake. But I don’t know if I really correct this mistake. If not, please remind me, thanks.” There are no changes to the authorship or copyrights, I have asked him/her to update within 24 hours or I will contact Github.