Re: The i2o Bus: A Conspiracy Against Free Software?
From: Raul Miller <email@example.com>
> I saw nothing that prohibited a member from providing specifications
> on their i2o products.
This is from http://www.i2osig.org/Agreement.html:
11.4 Non-disclosure. With respect to Confidential Information the
receiving party agrees, for a period of five years to use the same care
and discretion to avoid disclosure, publication, and dissemination
outside the receiving party and its subsidiaries, contractors and
consultants as the receiving party employs with similar information of
its own which the receiving party does not desire to have published,
disclosed or disseminated outside of the receiving party or its
subsidiaries, contractors, or consultants. The foregoing obligation
shall not apply to any information which is: (1) already known by the
receiving party prior to disclosure; (2) publicly available through no
fault of the receiving party; (3) rightfully received from a third
party without a duty of confidentiality; (4) disclosed by the
disclosing party to a third party without a duty of confidentiality on
such third party; (5) independently developed by the receiving party
prior to or independent of the disclosure; (6) disclosed under legal
requirements; or (7) disclosed by the receiving party with the
disclosing party's prior written approval. technology contribution
agreeement on the site.
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