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Re: [Osdc-list] May I submit an article without committing to two articles per month?


We welcome submissions from anyone in the open source community. I'll be glad to connect you with our open*law moderator, Rob Tiller, and begin the review process for your proposal.

Thank you for your question,
Jason Hibbets

PS - additional information about submitting articles can be found at: http://opensource.com/how-submit-article

On 09/17/2012 06:57 PM, marbux wrote:
Hi, all,

I'm interested in submitting an article but don't want to commit to
doing two articles per month. Is this permitted, and if so, how do I
submit it?

The article would be a reaction to Jared Engstrom's article on
software patents at
and to the paper he reviews by Prof. Lemley.

I'm a retired lawyer who has been researching software patent issues
fairly regularly since 2002. I have developed an argument for the
non-patentability of software in the U.S. based on a line of Supreme
Court cases not previously applied to the software patent issue.  A
condensed and unpolished form of the argument can be found in my
Groklaw comment here:<http://tinyurl.com/9vu9bvw>. My hypothesized
article would include the argument in more polished form.

Best regards,

Paul E. "Marbux" Merrell, J.D.

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