For Book Sprint team: Frameworks Cookbook
hroy at openinventionnetwork.com
Mon Aug 11 08:31:55 UTC 2014
As Mirko mentioned, we think that the sections you will be writing
for the book will be good subjects for defensive publications.
Densive publications are like anti-patents. They are used to
protect ideas and innovative hacks *against* subsequent patent
So with a little bit of extra work, you could kill two birds with
one stone: your documentation will not only be useful for other
developers and users, it can also be turned into something useful
against software patents!
If you are interested, feel free to drop in #linuxdefenders on
freenode’s IRC servers.
↪ 2014-08-10 Sun 18:57, Mirko Boehm <mirko at kde.org>:
> Hugo is in CC in this email. Hugo, you might want to introduce
> your self and subscribe to the mailing list.
I’m an attorney in training at the Paris Bar currently working
with Linux Defenders for OIN. I have been involved with the Free
Software Foundation Europe since 2009, including in its legal
team¹ and I also lead the ToS;DR project² (“Terms of
Service; Didn’t Read”). So I’ve been involved in free software for
quite some time already, which should hopefully help me understand
what your documentation describes and allow me to help and guide
you on making it fit for a defensive publication!
I’m looking forward to working with you and hearing about new
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