[Owasp-board] By laws - Contracts
jim.manico at owasp.org
Mon Feb 23 06:31:51 UTC 2015
This is standard stuff when hiring graphic designers; ask for the raw
files contractually as well as the produced art.
The Proactive Controls project had Hugo, the OWASP graphic artist
consultant, work on our release document. A year later, he gave us the
raw files when asked. Hopefully this is always the case...
> On Feb 23, 2015, at 2:24 AM, Andrew van der Stock <vanderaj at owasp.org> wrote:
> 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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