[sword-devel] Do yoe need this BiblePresenter?
Troy A. Griffitts
scribe at crosswire.org
Mon May 10 12:39:07 MST 2004
Ok, I'm sorry for the abrasiveness of some responses seen thus far, but
I'm afraid that I'm in general agreement with their ideas.
We've asked others who have created similar tools, that 'scrape' the
website of our web-based application and create modules for other
software, to desist. It is not only illegal, in some regards, but puts
an unusual strain on our servers. We've offered them code samples of
how to do similar things by installing the sword module and calling our
api to convert our modules into other software formats.
We have a personal relationship with Winfred Bader from the German
Bible Society (who has actually just moved on to other work), and
received permission to distribute the base text of the BHS, which is
actually Codex Leningradensis.
We do not distribute the Nestle Aland.
Please consider working together-- which we would greatly welcome-- or
refrain from obtuse accusations, criticisms, and advertisements.
Wolfgang Schultz wrote:
> chrislit at crosswire.org schrieb:
>> We do not support illegal violation of licenses or abusive practices,
>> as this program allows and encourages. So you'll forgive me if I
>> don't thank you for this.
> If somebody in germany mails your sword moduls
> Nestle Aland
> Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia
> to others he will be punished with a mulct about 10000 $ PER mail,
> because these moduls are complete illegal in Germany,
> They violates copyrights!!
> Do you know this?
> Please let you explaining the content of this nice letter from an
> advocate to me......
> So you shouldn't tell me stories about "illegal violation of licenses"
> -- wolfgang
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