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RE: Assignment query
- From: "Kumar, Vivek" <Vivek dot Kumar at Zeevo dot com>
- To: 'Alex Schuilenburg' <alexs at ecoscentric dot com>,Andrew Lunn <andrew dot lunn at ascom dot ch>
- Cc: Vivek Kumar <vivek at employees dot org>,ecos-maintainers at ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 09:47:21 -0700
- Subject: RE: Assignment query
thanks guys, will try to push them for normal paperwork
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Schuilenburg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, August 27, 2004 3:20 AM
> To: Andrew Lunn
> Cc: Kumar, Vivek; Vivek Kumar; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Assignment query
> Andrew Lunn wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 26, 2004 at 04:03:03PM -0700, Kumar, Vivek wrote:
> >>Hi Andrew,
> >>After some negotiation and emails it seems that the
> management is ok with me
> >>putting my flash driver code in open source. I talked to my
> manager and he
> >>said the email from them saying "Go Ahead With This" (Attached) will
> >>suffice. Do I still need to get more stuff from them.
> > Jifl should give the final word on this, but i would prefer
> it if the
> > company signed the normal paperwork.
> Certainly from eCosCentric's POV, we cannot accept contribution
> assignments without the normal paperwork. Red Hat will be the same
> otherwise they, like us, would have accepted contribution assignments
> via email long time ago.
> -- Alex
> >>Also I was thinking if I rewrite the drivers at home from
> scratch, can I put
> >>them in open source. Is there a standard letter I can send
> the management
> >>saying I am working from home on something similar and if
> they are OK with
> > You should check your contract. Some contracts say that
> everything you
> > do is theres, no matter if you do it at work or at home. Since we
> > don't know what your contract says, we prefer to have an agreement
> > from your employer anyway, just to be safe.
> > Andrew
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