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Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:43:55 +0000 (UTC)
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Okay, I've received my assignment forms, but I'm not sure if I got the
right ones. I checked "yes" to "is there anyone who may have a claim to
the work", since at the very least I used company equipment, and also
even company time for some of the work, so there *definitely* are
grounds to believe that my employer could have some claim to my work.
Not that that's too much of a problem, they seem to be willing to waive
The problem is that I now have forms that look very much like individual
assignment forms; they do not address the possible claims of my employer
in any way; the FSF and I are the only parties of the proposed contract.
What do I do now - do I ask the Company Secretary to sign a copyright
waiver a la the very last few paragraphs in the ISO standard COPYING
file? If I send the signed assignment forms and such a disclaimer
signed by my employer, will that be good enough to cover the legal
While I'm asking this... what is a "blanket assignment"?
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- Assignment forms?,
Bernd Jendrissek <=