[sldev] Developer directory on secondlife.com
tshephard at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 11:56:40 PDT 2007
Does any code we write for anyone considered to be a contribution to
the SL viewer project?
ie. Can you clarify this part of the contribution agreement:
This document clarifies the terms under which You, the person listed
below, may contribute software code, documentation, or other material
described below (the "Contribution") to the Second Life Viewer project
managed by Linden Lab (the "SL Viewer Project").
1. "Contribution" means any source code, object code, patch, tool,
sample, graphic, specification, manual, documentation, email, comment,
posting, communication or any other material posted or submitted by
you to the SL Viewer Project.
"submitted by you to the SL Viewer Project"
Does that only mean patches that we have submitted to jira? Or any
code we use that works for the SL Viewer?
eg: if company A hires me to write code for the binary, and I write
the code, then does that code fall under this agreement?
On 3/12/07, Rob Lanphier <robla at lindenlab.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> As you might know, Linden Lab already maintains developer directory for
> in-world content developers, which gets more than 2000 views per week.
> Now that we've released the source code for the viewer, we're adding a
> section for software developers (like, oh, say, yourselves). Here's how
> we describe software developers:
> > Individuals or companies with in-house C/C++ programming expertise
> > who offer customization and enhancement of the Second Life Viewer
> > source code or can build products and services which utilize Linden
> > Lab's Second Life APIs.
> To be listed as a software developer in the directory, you need to meet
> the criteria listed below.
> 1) You have a signed Contribution Agreement on file with Linden Lab
> 2) One or more of your code submissions have been accepted into the
> Second Life viewer
> 3) You have a valid business license
> If you meet these criteria, go to
> http://secondlife.com/developers/submission.php and select the Software
> Developer category. We review submissions frequently and post new
> submissions several times a week.
> During an initial period, the listings will not be public; you will be
> given a URL where you can view existing listings before we make the
> Software Developer Directory page public. We anticipate making the page
> public either when we get 5 listings, or within a few weeks.
> So, if you're interested in this, we look forward to listing you in the
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