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[opensource] Open Source License Resources (help needed!)

Michael Gonzalez migonz at
Wed Feb 6 09:07:32 PST 2008

Hi Casey,
I believe that Stanford has differing policies about rights for staff,  
faculty, and students. Perhaps a call to the the Licensing Office, re:  
Katherine Ku might help define some of this questions.

On Feb 5, 2008, at 10:48 PM, Casey Dunn wrote:

> Elspeth Simpson White wrote:
>> **Hi all,
>> Here's a description of some of the work Brandy and I have been doing
>> regarding open source resources, along with a request for help . . .
> Cool, perhaps you can help straighten out this wrinkle.
> How do I, as an employee who has already granted my employer all  
> rights
> to IP I produce as part of my daily work, freely sign such an
> independent document with a 3rd party I may be collaborating with as
> part of an open source project?
> If my employer has been assigned my rights how do I assign them again?
> Why doesn't my employer, Stanford University, simply grant the  
> rights to
> those projects?
> casey
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