I understand that we create modules to share, I love the idea. So since I'm a college student that lacks experience for most of the jobs posted now, I did some volunteer work in a non-profit organization.
I suggested a certain improvement and explained to my manager that I would be more than happy to create the module but that would love to post it on drupal.org in my name so I could have a proof of my skills. She did agree with me, all the content we develop since is a non-profit organization was intended to be share.
I finish the whole module and was more than happy to send her. At this point due to work schedule I was NOT volunteering anymore. She mentioned some changes that we need to make so it would work for more companies and I said it was fine.
I got really surprised this week when I realized that someone have already posted my work, it has less then 10 lines (out of over 200) different then mine. Does not mention any contribution, this person just post as if it was their code. It was not my manager, but instead a new Programmer that she had hired after I left.
Now here is the thing, I know what I did I have at least 10 versions of this code, but I'll not be able to post it because it will be consider duplication. I'm really upset because this is not what I learned about Open Source and cooperation.
Is there anything that I can do, besides trying to ask them to fix this?