Series Seed, an Open Source Set of Investment Documents, Moves to GitHub
A set of simpler documents for early stage funding makes a big move.
If you’re involved in building software, there’s a pretty good chance you use GitHub, the social repository for software code known for the surprise round of funding it took from Andreessen Horowitz last year.
Here’s something new going up on GitHub: Starting today, the latest version of documents from Series Seed, a basic set of documents for companies working with early stage investments, will be up on GitHub, too.
No, it’s not software code, but the fact is, says Ted Wang, the Fenwick and West lawyer behind Series Seed, it’s pretty much the first place that companies look when they evaluate people they want to hire. “When my clients are evaluating people, they look at GitHub. It’s sort of replacing the resume,” Wang told me. ...