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Repository owners can delete issues and comments, but no, issues should usually not be deleted. If they are no longer needed they can be closed, but keeping them around can still be useful for future reference. If content needs to be removed e.g. because it contains sensitive information or because it contains harassment, then individual comments can be ...


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Some projects such as Linux ask for the DCO to be signed in order to do due diligence, and ultimately to protect downstream users. The DCO does not forbid projects from establishing individual processes, such as requiring that it's clearly the committer who has signed off on the commit and to have a clear means of contact later. This has nothing to do with ...


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A single repository can contain multiple, independent, copyrighted works. There is no requirement anywhere that the contents of one repository must be under a single license. And independent works have the property that their copyright licenses don't affect each other. Based on that, there is very little against a repository that contains both open-source ...


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