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I don't believe that something like this is required.
Just a request - I don't want this to sound like a complaint, but it
kind of is. I'm again performing legal work on behalf of the
Foundation, and I don't want to be in this position.
If you think there may be any outstanding issues with the transfer,
can you discuss it with your attorneys first and determine if the
issue is real? Then I can avoid paying an attorney to address concerns
that might not be real issues. Are you guys able to reach your
On 5/21/05, Grant Goodyear <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank you very much for the signed copyright and marks transfer
> agreements, as well as the domain transfer. I'm still a bit worried
> about those copyright assignment forms that some of our devs signed,
> however. Although I'm pretty sure that your copyright assignment
> ensures that any new content that those devs puts in CVS will now
> belong to the Gentoo Foundation, the contracts themselves are still
> with Gentoo Technologies, so (I think!) it is up to Gentoo Technologies
> to either transfer the contracts to the Gentoo Foundation or to release
> the devs who are under contract from their contract. The latter would
> be simplest, and I've included a form for you to sign if you wouldn't
> mind. (I'm including the .sxw version as well as a pdf in case you
> need to make changes.)
> PS. Please let me know what we owe you for shipping costs.
> Grant Goodyear
> Gentoo Developer
> GPG Fingerprint: D706 9802 1663 DEF5 81B0 9573 A6DC 7152 E0F6 5B76
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