Re: Releasing Free Software
On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, Clark Rawlins wrote:
> I am developing a software package that does some raster image
> manipulations. That part isn't important. I work for a company
> that required me to sign a document that gives them the right
> to any IP that I develop while I am employed here. My boss
> is willing to let me distribute the software (I will license it
> under the GPL) but I wish to have a written document that he
> can sign to protect me from any future problems.
> I saw something like this on either the fsf or the GPL site but
> I can't find it now. Does anyone have a form document I could use
> in the US (California) to accomplish this?
I think what you're looking for is the last section of the GPL, where it
gives instructions for people in your situation. (Basically, get signed
permission from your boss or someone else in a position to grant you
> Thanks in advance.
> Clark Rawlins
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