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mistoffolees

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RE: Thank you, lucky.................
« Reply #10 on: Jan 17, 2008, 08:05:50 PM »
>I couldn't have said it better myself.  Lord knows how many
>he's driven away already.  Personally, he's lost ALL integrity
>and respect with me, especially the integrity.  It's a shame
>when one is willing to compromise their moral standards just
>to be RIGHT.  As a famed psychologist likes to say, 'Do you
>want to be right, or do you want to be happy?'


Do you want to base your life on your wishes or on reality?

Maybe you should read the thread. Why should his wishful thinking be more valid than Federal law?


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RE: Thanks Lucky
« Reply #11 on: Jan 17, 2008, 10:10:11 PM »
Your frankness is a reminder of why I miss the computer industry .. 32 plus years primarily developing software in a variety of computing environments and business relationships.  

As I recall, your relationship was not a employee - employer relationship and a contract did not exist.  The user simply defined a need and you were paid for your final proprietary work product.  You are free to allow others to customize or not customize as YOU wish and you can sell your work product for whatever amount the market will bear, etc.  Geesh, this happens world wide.

It is no surprise that some pipsqeak would think the government would oversee intangibles like your mind and ideas.



mistoffolees

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RE: Thanks Lucky
« Reply #12 on: Jan 17, 2008, 10:15:26 PM »
>Your frankness is a reminder of why I miss the computer
>industry .. 32 plus years primarily developing software in a
>variety of computing environments and business relationships.
>
>
>As I recall, your relationship was not a employee - employer
>relationship and a contract did not exist.  The user simply
>defined a need and you were paid for your final proprietary
>work product.  You are free to allow others to customize or
>not customize as YOU wish and you can sell your work product
>for whatever amount the market will bear, etc.  Geesh, this
>happens world wide.
>
>It is no surprise that some pipsqeak would think the
>government would oversee intangibles like your mind and ideas.
>

Once again, you're confused between what you wish and reality.

In the real world, once someone pays you to do a custom piece of programming, it is their work - unless you have a contract that says otherwise. Look up 'work for hire'.

I've been through this every time we hired a programmer to do custom work. Whether you like it or not, that's the way it works.

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RE: Thanks Lucky
« Reply #13 on: Jan 17, 2008, 11:15:28 PM »
>we hired a programmer >

Who is 'we'.  Was a contract present.  The major difference is that Lucky was not hired.  Nor was she a programmer.  Like me, she functioned as a consultant which encompasses a programming effort.  

My participation on this board is for support and encouragement.

What I posted is not debatable by you.  

Your carrot and stick methodogy won't work with me.

I thought you finally understood responses and said you were done.  

Please don't tell me what changed.

 

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