> I wrote the software as part of my work for the company. The company
> I've mentioned it to them, and they seemed roughly approveful of the
> least, my boss approves, but he's only my boss). My boss wants a nice
> to sign that basically says "Company A disclaims copyright to Software
> described here, and Person B (me) claims copyright and ownership)."
There's no need to do that. Just get your company to publish the code
under GPL, LGPL, BSD etc... They can still own the copyright but you
now have the right to hack the code. It'll be a good PR thing for your
In that vain, should ILUG have a freshmeat kinda thing particularly for
Irish FOSS products?
Aidan Delaney email: adelaney at cs.may.ie
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