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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Advice on how to address an objection to our CCLA
Date Fri, 04 Mar 2011 13:24:11 GMT
Apologies for posting this twice. A momentary aeration. Please reply to 
the other post.

On 04/03/2011 13:08, Ross Gardler wrote:
> An employer of a potential committer feels unable to sign the CCLA. I'm
> wondering how best to address this with their legal department.
>
> Their issue is with Section 5:
>
> "You represent that each of Your Contributions is Your original creation
> (see section 7 for submissions on behalf of others)."
>
> The concern is that the employer does not feel able to make this
> assertion. They feel that they would have to establish and enact
> procedures to carry out their own due diligence before being able to do so.
>
> Any suggestions about how I might alleviate their concerns?
>
> The employer is willing to allow their employee to sign the ICLA and
> contribute without a CCLA. Assuming the employer owns copyright I
> believe this is not possible, is that correct?
>
> Ross
>
>


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