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SubjectRe: Contributing to the kernel while being employed
> What if the employer _is_ interested in contributing to the open source
> under company copyright and doesn't mind using company resources, but
> the employee prefers to keep copyright to himself. The only way he can
> do it is by using his own resources and time (off hours). But this is
> not possible if there is a contract that coveres the full employment
> period, including after hours.

Why do you want the copyright? So you can sue in case of violation?
If so, then giving both yourself and your employer copyright might help ...


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