I've got some software I wrote that I'm trying to get my company to disclaim
the copyright on, so that I can release it under some open-source license. I'm
certain I've seen templates for disclaimer forms before (I know I've seen ones
drafted by other, larger comapnies I've worked for, but sadly, they probably
belong to them). Does anyone know of anything more verbose then a two-line "me
won, you go byebye now." that it's recommended to use?
This sounds like something gnu.org/FSF should have covered, but I'm not seeing it
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