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Christopher,

Thanks for the heads up. When I said "they will go with me" I meant that I and the repositories would no longer exist within the office since, at the time, there was nowhere else for me to put them not that I was bringing it with me, if that makes any sense.

As of yesterday we have a repository on our server and I have imported everything into that.

Ken Thompson
Student Web Developer
Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota
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On May 5, 2010, at 10:47 AM, Christopher Bongaarts wrote:


> Ken Thompson wrote:
> 
>> All projects I work on are version controlled locally on my computer
>> so when I leave, though I'll probably decide to export them, they
>> will go with me.
> 
> You might want to double-check with your deparment to make sure they're OK with that.  IANAL, but my layman's understanding of copyright law is that works for hire, such as code you are paid to write, are the property of the employer and thus not yours to do with as you please.
> 
> But don't take my word for it.  Find out for sure (from your boss and/or a lawyer).  Usually no one will care, but it's better to be safe than sorry.
> 
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