What is the etiquette/requirements re licensing when publishing a forked package?
My situation is that my pull request for a small bug fix in a package is not being acknowledged (that’s not a dig at the owner of the package, we all have different priorities).
Ordinarily, I would just link to the updated package in the
source-directories field of my
elm.json for a normal elm app, but I now want to use the updated package as a dependency for another package I’m considering publishing, and the only way to do that is to publish the updated/fixed package under my namespace.
I’ve updated the README to acknowledge that it’s a fork along with the original work done by the owner and contributors, but was wondering how I update the licence.
Would the following be acceptable?
BSD 3-Clause License Copyright (c) 2019, Original Owners Name Copyright (c) 2021, My Name All rights reserved. ...