[Owasp-board] By laws - Contracts
josh.sokol at owasp.org
Mon Feb 23 01:43:06 UTC 2015
I agree 100% with the spirit of what you are saying. That said, I don't
think that the bylaws are the place to put this. Bylaws are for the rules
that govern how our organization functions. As it sits today, all
contracts are supposed to be handled by the Foundation, not project or
chapter leaders, so that we can enforce policy. So, I think the ideal
place for this is in the project leader handbook, not the bylaws. Does
that make sense?
On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 7:23 PM, Andrew van der Stock <vanderaj at owasp.org>
> Hi Board,
> Colin Watson brought up a good point that has bitten us a few times, and
> I'm looking for clarity. Colin - please jump in if I overstated or
> understated the case.
> We have had a number of projects where OWASP has paid a graphic designer
> or design firm for delivering (let use a straw example) Cornucopia's design
> for the cards, but the eventual art files were never given to the project
> or to OWASP so that others can make their own cards.
> This violates in my view at least, our commitment to open ideals and the
> free exchange of information.
> Can we beef up the by laws in the contracts area to make it clear that if
> we enter into a contract say for design work, that OWASP is the owner of
> the materials for open distribution? Is there a way that we could specify
> that unless otherwise negotiated, all delivered materials are for open
> publication using one of the approved open source licenses?
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