> The only sensible thing to do in a legal dispute is to get legal advise. Haze went > and got legal advice. How is that not the best for the project?
AFAIK there is no legal dispute between us. We've not changed the license recently and AFAICT he personally wasn't upset about the changes that were made before.
He may feel that recent copyright assertions by others made on files that he contributed to should reflect his contribution, but he's acting in bad faith by refusing to tell us what those are. Seeking legal advice over this is poor judgement. We possibly have a defamation case against him.
He was upset so he looked for mud to sling, rather than dealing with what he's upset about.