My original response inadvertently gloss over that point. My understanding
is the same as yours, Sam.
On 9/9/15, 10:07 AM, "Sam Hartman" <hartmans-ietf(_at_)mit(_dot_)edu> wrote:
"Charles" == Charles Eckel (eckelcu) <eckelcu(_at_)cisco(_dot_)com>
Charles> Good question, Miao. Hackathon registration and
Charles> participation is independent of the IETF meeting; however,
Charles> we do make it clear in the registration and at the event
Charles> that participation in the Hackathon is subject to the IETF
Charles> Note Well. In addition to this, open source projects have
Charles> their own governance and rules for contributing to
Charles> them. These must be adhered to as well when code developed
Charles> at the Hackathon is contributed into these projects.
My understanding of copyright and the IETF note well is inconsistent
with Mr. Fuyou's description though.
In particular, typically ownership of the IETF contribution remains with
the contributor, although the IETF is granted a rather broad
non-exclusive license to