This is a temporary landing page readme for one important message:
I am in a legal situation currently where I may or may not be able to contribute to OSS, as my current position owns all IP I generate while I am here. Informal conversation suggested that this does not cover IP generated completely without the University's resources (as hard as that may be to accomplish, and harder to prove), but I strongly disagree that that is what the agreement actually states and we are legally bound to. I'm planning/hoping to talk to someone to get at least some certainty that I'm able to contribute to OSS without putting myself (and more importantly, the project) at legal risk.
In the mean time until I can have said discussion, I'm, in an abundance of caution, halting any OSS contributions that can be construed as IP (e.g. code or documentation). I believe discussion of how things currently work is clearly not generating any new IP, so is still fine. I can still help you use my libraries or understand how they currently work, just not contribute any new ideas towards their (or other OSS projects') development until this legal question is resolved.
And if the question is resolved as "well, sure, you're probably fine," I'm probably going to continue doing OSS work (whatever time I have for it), as I enjoy doing it, and I can divorce it entirely from the University resources.
I'll probably do something better with this readme once the above concern is addressed.