For Approval: Transitive Grace Period Public Licence, v1.0
Tzeng, Nigel H.
Nigel.Tzeng at jhuapl.edu
Sun Feb 22 00:51:57 UTC 2009
>From: Chris Zumbrunn [chris at zumbrunn.com]
>Yes, that would avoid that particular pitfall. However, now we are
>back at square one, because now what you said earlier isn't true
True. However, I would think it falls in the same category as in
house GPL code that escapes into the wild.
What is the legal standing of that code if an ex-employee
maliciously releases it? I assume that there would be
equal confusion since it would look like the original GPL source
plus additions. Most folks wouldn't know that whomever
let it out the door wasn't authorized to do so.
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