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From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Thu, 05 Aug 2004 17:39:12 GMT
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> with others, resulting from the performance of Employee's
> responsibilites while working for the University are "works made for
> can license it under the GPL.  I will develop the utility on my own
> time, but I may end up testing and/or deploying it on the University's
> machines.

I think that if you can reasonably show that the code was not written "while
working" (i.e. on your own time and preferably on your own machine at home),
then the copyright is all yours because their contract does not cover
such work.

> Is that really sufficient?  What about other intellectual property
> besides copyright?  

I'd first ask them anyway.


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