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RE: [ossig] Bending the Malaysian Patent law to allow softwarepatents.



In Malaysia some individuals who have come together and may have been
involved in filing of patents is with MINDS. I have attended their
annual exhibitions twice. Maybe those who want to be involved in
patenting can look up 
http://www.minds.org.my/

Yet to patent anything due to finances and actual monetary benefit
potentials that didn't seem to appear in horizons.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ossig@mncc.com.my [mailto:owner-ossig@mncc.com.my] On Behalf
Of Ow Mun Heng
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 3:53 PM
To: ossig@mncc.com.my
Subject: Re: [ossig] Bending the Malaysian Patent law to allow
softwarepatents.

On Thu, 2005-09-29 at 15:20 +0800, Ditesh wrote:
> > I am still gladly willing to explain concepts of 'Intellectual
Property' 
> > (even though RMS would bash me for the expression) on demand, btw.
> > (I was patent examiner cum helpdesk and stuff at the European Patent

> > Office in The Hague from 1991-1997; in case someone questioned my 
> > background).
> 
> That would be a great meetup topic! Many FOSS supporters are also
> confused as to legislation governing intellectual rights and
> clarification would be most excellent.

Not to mention a great write-up topic for the local MyOSS mag
(http://mag.my-opensource.org)

Ps : Yeah, it's a shameless plug

-- 
Ow Mun Heng
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