For Approval: MindTree Public License
rick at linuxmafia.com
Sat Oct 15 21:07:52 UTC 2005
Quoting Ben Tilly (btilly at gmail.com):
> Can you actually DO that in a copyright license?
You can demand it. You cannot achieve it.
> So while I strongly DISLIKE this license, and think that it SHOULD NOT
> satisfy the OSD, I'm having some trouble proving to myself that it
> doesn't. (Hence my hope that someone will say that the IP assignment
> provisions are legally unworkable.)
OK. Pardon the US-centrism, but, in accordance with 7 USC, section 201
(d) (2), 204 (a), any transfer of exclusive rights in a copyrighted work
must be in writing and signed by the owner of the rights.
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