[geeks] Copyright questions
nimitz at speakeasy.net
Sat Feb 1 23:03:28 CST 2003
I'm going to agree with Bill except for where my posts are concerned.
If I didn't want people to know about it I wouldn't have said it. Feel
free to quote me on anything I say now or in the future.
Try to at least keep it in context though. ;-)
Bill Bradford wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 01, 2003 at 09:49:57PM -0700, Chris Byrne wrote:
>>Sure, no problem. A very reasonable request sir.
>>I havent written anything yet, I wanted to get permission first, but I
>>should have thought of that.
>>What I had thought of doing was taking postings I had either made or
>>responded to, and putting them up, either as they were written, or
>>expanding them into a full article.
>>I figured that it would be necessary to include at least quotations from
>>the original source material for context in the case of items that I had
>>responded to if nothing else. If I didn't include the source the
>>response may not make sense (hell it might not make sense with the
>>source but I can try).
>>I also thought that quotations from other peoples responses to my
>>postings might be necessary for continuity. And I would like to place
>>attribution to original arguments, and ideas from other people that I
>>use or dispute in my writings.
>>I'll have something written by tomorrow and Ill post a link to it.
> Feel free to expound upon stuff YOU have written. Each poster to these
> lists retains copyright to their own posts; I'm just the delivery mechanism.
> If you want to quote / reuse material from any other post on the lists I
> host/maintain, you'll need to get permission from each poster involved.
> I'd prefer if you not reprint/republish/quote any of MY posts, personally;
> I'd rather they just stay in the list archives.
> Of course, you can link to posts in the archives if you wish, but please
> do not use any of my material in-line on any of your writings or pages.
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