nathan.andrew.williams at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 02:19:47 CST 2007
I asked today and was told there shouldn't be a problem and my boss is
going to check it over for me with the powers that be.
In the meantime I think I'll just start coding and not submit anything
until I eventually get it in writing.
On 3/9/07, Shachar Shemesh <shachar at shemesh.biz> wrote:
> Jeremy White wrote:
> >> If you are employed to do programming (even at a university), or have
> >> made an agreement with your employer, school or anyone else saying it
> >> owns software you write, then you and we need a signed document from
> >> them disclaiming any rights they may have to the software.
> Wouldn't a paper saying they keep their rights, but approve the LGPL
> distribution also work? Would that still require us to have a written
> statement? After all, we do not require written from other people.
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