Terry Gauchat • about 4 years ago
How do folks work on forming a team without disclosing potentially valuable "intellectual property" (i.e., ideas!)?
Hi fellow ARTIK Makers Against Drought!
I have a few ideas for water usage mitigation, some of which I'm working on fleshing out. I probably can sketch out all the way from the general to the detail level.
I prefer to collaborate and the most successful submissions will likely be team efforts. I was thinking of even starting an San Francisco Meetup to help find Team participants.
My ideas, however, may be the key to "winning"... in other words, I have some potentially valuable intellectual property in my head. Execution is more than half the battle, I know, but I don't want to be a fool by publicizing the ideas which may be taken by other individuals or competing teams.
How can I be a good citizen and team player? What are other's experiences and thoughts on this topic?
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