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[Gomp-discuss] Re: Working on branches while copyright paperwork being
[Gomp-discuss] Re: Working on branches while copyright paperwork being processed?
12 Feb 2003 19:01:17 +0100
Op wo 12-02-2003, om 18:54 schreef Joel Sherrill:
> Joe Buck wrote:
> > > >I understand why you feel about it this way. But in this case maybe an
> > > >exception could be made, for the following reasons.
> > On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 07:24:47AM -0700, address@hidden wrote:
> > > No. Not even in this case.
> > One reason is that there could be a last-minute holdup from company lawyers:
> > to me, the most important part of the paperwork is the disclaimer (or
> > assignment) from the employer. Without it, we might have to rip out
> > big chunks of code later: not only from the contributor, but also on
> > any code that builds on top of that code.
The man is his own employer :-)
> > There are many aspects of the process that I don't like, but the basic
> > concept (of asking for assignments and employer disclaimers) has huge
> > advantages.
> Until the paperwork is done, would it be sufficient for a temporary
> project to be setup on savannah.nongnu.org? When the paperwork is
> done, it could then be merged.
That's what we'll do now, yes. No big deal either. Libraries are easy
to merge anyway.
[Gomp-discuss] Re: Working on branches while copyright paperwork being processed?, Tom Tromey, 2003/02/12
[Gomp-discuss] Re: Working on branches while copyright paperwork being processed?, tm_gccmail, 2003/02/12