March Meeting: Open Source Software: Development Cheat Code or IP Permadeath?

by Les on March 13, 2019

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Join us on Wednesday, March 20th at 7 pm in Intrepid Labs, in The American Twine Building (222 Third St. Cambridge, MA 02141 4th floor) for our next Boston Post Mortem meeting:

We will have a brief discussion of open source licenses, such as the BSD License, the GNU General Public License, the Beer-Ware License and the Chicken Dance License v0.2. We will also discuss the potential risks that open source software may present to your business and IP, and some best practices for game developers. There will be time for Q&A.

About the speaker:

Andrew Poling is a senior associate at GTC Law Group. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property strategy, licensing and other technology-related transactions. Prior to obtaining his law degree, Andrew was a software developer and database architect, during which time he designed and developed e-learning websites, programs, and games, among other things. Andrew is an avid gamer; he enjoys both tabletop and video games.


Wednesday, March 20th
7:00pm @ Intrepid Labs
American Twine Building
222 Third Street, #4000
Cambridge, MA

There are two entrances to the American Twine Building- one is closer to second street around the side of the building, this is the entrance you want! Take elevators up to the 4th floor and that entire floor is Intrepid. After 6pm security may ask you to sign in, but no ID is required.

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