>AFAIK there is no legal dispute between us Surely you jest. Haze's argument is that it would be impossible to legally change the license at this point. If there's no dispute on that point then what are we talking about?
>We've not changed the license recently The MAME license hasn't changed but it's my understanding that this has been a push to attribute files to authors and multi-license them. That is to say, individual files have been re-licensed or had licenses added to them.
>he's acting in bad faith by refusing to tell us what those are He's being a dick, sure, but anyone putting their name and chosen license on a whole file without doing a full line-by-line code audit to verify ownership is likewise acting in bad faith. At least it would seem so to me ... claiming ownership over another's work isn't exactly an up-and-up thing to do. I understand the goal is to have everything attributed but if you don't feel that's truly possible or there's disagreement on what constitutes ownership/contribution then how can you add your name to something you know is not right and is never going to be?