I'm writing an open source system ( in java ( spring/hibernate ) ) .
The pay is terrible and they have agreed that it will be open source
to make up for this.
I have fixed on the LGPL licence as I believe it will be best for me,them
and the community at large.
Now my employers have messed me arround something terrible with pay,
hours, holliday pay etc etc and I don't really have very much trust
They have however agreed to give me a signed letter setting out our
My question is this, has anyone been there before and would they be
willing to advise me what I should put in the letter.
The information on the gnu website seems a little simplistic ..... and
I'm not sure it would be adequate.
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in
the library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written
by James Random Hacker.
Now I know that you guys aren't legal advisors but what I'm looking
for here is some friendly advice (which would be very much appreciated
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