The Open Source Handbook

The Open Source Handbook

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Each of those developers was subject to a written agreement with their employer under which the developer agreed to assign all of the intellectual property that he or she creates ... Several of the developers were bound by one or more non- competition/non-disclosure agreements from former employers. ... The analysis always revolves around the type of use contemplated for the open source application.

Title:The Open Source Handbook
Author: Michael R. Overly
Publisher:Pike & Fischer - A BNA Company - 2003

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