Should I add the month (or even day) after forking a project to be more explicit regarding timeline boundaries?
Is there any benefit in doing so?
The MIT License, for example, has the line:
Copyright (c) 2019 foo bar
Now say I fork a project in April 2019 and want to add my copyright line above this one:
Copyright (c) 2019 Daniel Copyright (c) 2019 foo bar
Could I instead do something like:
Copyright (c) 2019-05 Daniel Copyright (c) 2019-04 foo bar
³ Also, any idea on why licenses usually ask only for the year and not for the month?