Background: I am making contributions to a certain project which is released under LGPL and also under a commercial license.
According to the terms of contribution in the project by doing so I am transferring all my rights and ownership of the code to the company which owns said project.
My question is whether this stipulation has any effect on the license-terms of the code I contribute? That is as far as I understand that once a code is released as GPLv3 (and LGPL seems to contain mostly permissions for use additions to GPL) that this license cannot be rescinded.
Is my contribution (independent of ownership) thus also LGPL in a way which cannot be rescinded?
Are their terms of contribution than just a way of saying that they can dual-license your code (if they so choose) for a Proprietary version of the product?
Do I lose the ability to do the later myself?