I found Item 4 and Item 11 of interest.
I don't know if said items apply to us mere scribblers or not.
Item 4 has to do with minimum payout.
Item 11 has to do with squeaky wheels (not kidding).
Personally, neither item induced a heart attack.
However, if these items do indeed apply to us; then HP should post the link. I would, but not sure if right or am allowed.
Some of us may need to prepare for Item 4.
Some of us may need to be warned about Item 11.
Contract says otherwise. However, depending on what Maven classifies us as, it may remain so for now. One way or the other, and because it will save processing costs, it's going to happen here sooner or later.
Side note. Contracts are written by lawyers for lawyers. As for the rest of us understanding it, good luck. The contract does state a different amount; it's all about what Maven defines us as, among other things. As for the new amount (whenever it happens), Maven's not the first and it's nothing that would make me run for the exits.
Edit: if Item 11 applies here, I will miss the rants of yore.
Aw c'mon. Stop keeping us in suspense. At least post the controversial sections so that we can see the doom and gloom you are hinting at.
Can someone explain No. 6.about ownership? I thought we own our own work, not Maven.
I see that HP is silent on this 15hrs after. Clarifying this will be appreciated though.
I've been pawing through the contract some more. Based on my zero legal training, I'm guessing:
1. HP is forced to pass through to us the ramifications of most of the contract, possibly including Item 11.
2. The payout minimum between HP and us contributors is still under HP's control and set by HP.
I could be wrong.
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