[lug] Panel Discussion - Software Licenses

Zichary O`Tea zirotea at cyberspace.org
Sat Nov 9 22:51:00 MST 2002

Is a recording going to be made available? 

On 4 Nov 2002, Chris Riddoch wrote:

> Hi, everyone.
> For November's monthly meeting, I'm organizing a panel of lawyers to
> talk about software licenses.  Jason Haislmaier, my main contact, is a
> lawyer in Boulder who does work with software licenses, and was
> recommended to us by D. Stimitis, who heard him speak at a Colorado
> Game Developer's meeting about licenses.  Mr. Haislmaier is in contact
> with several other lawyers, and we hope to confirm a panel for next
> Thursday.
> They've all been involved in analyzing and interpreting the various
> free and open source software licenses, and can answer questions.
> I'll be giving them a URL into this thread on the email archives on
> our website, so if you have questions you'd like to ask, it would help
> them to prepare for the panel by knowing what we're interested in.
> So, what are *you* interested in?  Reply to this message, and they'll
> see it.
> One last heads up: The law school is using *all* their rooms for
> something next week, and our normal backup room, ECCR 105, was also
> reserved.  We will meet in ECCR 1B40, 7:00 P.M., on the University of
> Colorado campus, and there will be no introductory talk before the
> meeting this month.  This will, of course, be reiterated in the
> announcement next week.  We'll be back in the law school building in
> December.
> We currently have no demo scheduled, but because of the room change,
> we would need to obtain a projector if someone wants to volunteer to
> do a 10-minute demo.
> -- 
> Chris Riddoch       | epistemological
> socket at peakpeak.com | humility
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