Licencing implications for libraries and reference implementations [closed]


Licencing implications for libraries and reference implementations [closed]



This is mostly a theoritical question, but I'm wondering what the proper way would be to accomplish the following.

Assume I have a few utilities, functions, and reference implementations that I use when building a web site for a client. Some of "my" reference code is re-used as-is, some is slightly modified. Also, as part of the agreement with the client, I agree to turn over all code and IP rights.

(I know the best answer is probably "talk to a lawyer" but really, how many lawyers are going to be versed in software licencing? I imagine I'd get better, more accurate here than picking a lawyer out of the phone book).

What sort of copyright notification and/or licencing should I include in the code I turn over to the client, if I want to be able to re-use "my" code on other projects?




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If you turn over the "IP rights", doesn't that imply you are transferring ownership of the code? Which would mean that you can't re-use it without their permission or license, since you no longer own it?. You might want to look into revising your agreements with your clients, so that you can retain ownership and rights to your own work....



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