On Wed, May 17, 2000 at 11:26:27AM +0100, John N S Gill mentioned:
> > Either way, many changes you make to GPL'd code won't be applicable to
> > the companies' business, and you can always submit it, and don't ask
> > permission anyway ;)
> For me that's the main problem with the statement in this
> document is the word applicable. What is and isn't applicable?
> It's just far too general.
Indeed. I don't have a problem with someone saying "Write this widget for
us" - and that's OK. That's owned by the company. But if you are at home,
and write a widget, that's better than the one you wrote a few months ago,
for the company, that's not theirs. That's yours.
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