I submitted some patches for GNU software, and its maintainers accepted them.
They want me to assign the copyright to the FSF, so they sent me a legal document.
Here is the text at the end of that document (and a picture):
Thank you for the contribution!
Signed: Accepted by the Free Software Foundation
(Chinese name 谢骐,
or ASCII characters Xie Qi?)
Xie Qi John Hsieh, Deputy Director
SPELL OUT THE NAME OF THE MONTH WHEN WRITING THE DATE
Should I sign my name that has the force of law in my country,
or just ASCII characters as indicated below the line?
If both are OK, which one is recommended? What's the reason? Why not recommend another one?