Do I need to inform my employer before contributing to an Open Source Project?
cowan at ccil.org
Sat Jul 7 22:00:40 UTC 2007
Rick Moen scripsit:
> USA law in general permits you to stupidly sign away (most) rights you
> would otherwise enjoy via one-sided contracts,
Worse than that: in most U.S. states other than California, *whatever*
work a professional employee does belongs to his employer unless there
is an explicit agreement otherwise.
> as John Cowan says, the amount of statutory protection
> against predatory employment contracts depends on on state jurisdiction.
Rather, I say that some states make employment contracts predatory
even if the contract doesn't say so.
You annoy me, Rattray! You disgust me! John Cowan
You irritate me unspeakably! Thank Heaven, cowan at ccil.org
I am a man of equable temper, or I should http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
scarcely be able to contain myself before
your mocking visage. --Stalky imitating Macrea
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