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  1. Now that we are in the year 2018 we should update the above license text to clarify how multiple years should be specified.

    For example, if I create a new Java source code file should the Copyright year(s) be 2017, 2018, 2017-18, or 2017-2018, or some other format?

    Here is a link to some discussion on this subject:

    1. Replying to my own question...
      the Copyright for an updated project contains the string 2017-2018 and all .java and pom.xml files need to have the license text.

      This policy is exemplified by the commit