[Phpwm] Who owns your code?
Joseph.Jabbar at tic.ac.uk
Thu Jun 7 14:03:04 BST 2007
Both of your wise words have been duly noted.
I'll ask the client to let me have a copy of his existing contract before committing to the work.
From: phpwm-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk on behalf of Alex Mace
Sent: Thu 07/06/2007 13:54
To: West Midlands PHP User Group
Subject: Re: [Phpwm] Who owns your code?
As has been said, either way it should be covered by a contract. If you have
got someone giving you code you'll want to make sure that they're liable for
infringements, if there is potential for that...
On 07/06/07, David Edwards <revlob at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/06/07, joseph jabbar <joseph.jabbar at tic.ac.uk> wrote:
> > > The answer lies in the contract between you and the client
> > > ............... You did agree a contract at the outset didn't you?
> > Actually it's the other way round -- a potential client is coming to me
> > existing code and I'm not sure he actually owns that code and really
> > want to get into copyright infringement (especially against the code of
> > fellow php coder ;-)
> Shouldn't there be license information attached to that code? I would
> ask for any license details before even touching it.
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