[aur-general] Git over HTTPS

Johannes Löthberg johannes at kyriasis.com
Sat Jun 20 10:08:19 UTC 2015

On 20/06, David Kaylor wrote:
>> Do you have permission from your employer to user their infrastructure (eg:
>> computers, network) to work on contributions to ArchLinux?
>> If not, they *may* own the IP related to the PKGBUILDs, or any extra
>> scripts
>> you include (in most jurisdictions, if you write a 15 line script, it's
>> copyrighted automatically).
>> I suggest that you carefully study this, and similar scenarios.
>> So, if you have permission, asking for them to open SSH should be trivial.
>> If
>> not, then stop creating tainted contributions at work.
>If you had bothered to read the entire thread, you should have noticed that
>the OP has already answered this question.

I'm rather sure that he never actually said that maintaining the AUR 
package was part of his job, just avoided the question by saying that he 
worked on the software. (Though I'm too lazy to check now.)

  Johannes Löthberg
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