Originally Posted by Zetr0
hmmm wouldn't a lot of KS3.0 code be protected by IP by the KS2.05 and prior ?
They would still have to copyright it. Nothing is copyrighted until it's an actual medium. In this case it would be copyrighted as KS 3.0.
They could then refer to 2.05 as part of the copyright. It's like the same book with 2 different titles, you would copyright both. It's the title and work within that's copyrighted.
Besides transfer of copyright has to be registered, I find no trace of 3.0 and 3.1 looks dubious.
3.1 actually does not include any other titles anyway. Have a look