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I haven't looked at the current draft you're working on, but I think
it would be cool to add some text saying, in effect, that all hardware
the Foundation currently operates belongs to the foundation, and any
hardware on my end is my property. I think it would be good to have
this language in the contract to close the possibility for any
potential future disputes over hardware that someone might forget to
add to the list. And that way Deedra can have some additional peace of
On 4/15/05, Grant Goodyear <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Deedra Waters wrote: [Fri Apr 15 2005, 03:46:17PM CDT]
> > Grant, I thought I'd asked before, but will you please include lark in
> > this as well.... and FYI we need to run it by our lawyer before he
> > takes it to his or else we could end up in deep shit.
> Huh? From the message you're replying to:
> 5. Ownership of the physical hardware that is currently providing:
> * lark.gentoo.org
> * nemo.gentoo.org
> * i2.gentoo.org
> * sparc64.gentoo.org
> If there are any other machines, please just go ahead and add them.
> As for running it by our folks, that's fine with me. Would you mind doing so, since you're the principle contact?
> Grant Goodyear
> Gentoo Developer
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