[sword-devel] host[ing] despite legality

Eicke Godehardt eicke.godehardt at igd.fraunhofer.de
Tue Aug 23 02:05:06 MST 2005

I have a similar "Problem" with german bible translations.  But most
translations are free for browsing and private usage.  So there is no
legal way to provide sword packages.  But why not provide scripts, which
allow every user to build up his own package?
Just downloading, some magic sed/awk to transform it to OSIS-XML and
import it into sword?
Is this a possible way?  What do you think?

In his love,
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Jonathon Blake wrote:
> Leon wrote:
>>providing illegal copies of copyright-restrcited translations.
> Since you mention "copyright restricted translations", is there any
> reason why a quarter or so of the texts that The Sword Project offers,
> have no copyright information?
> Especially since at least several of them are _not_ public domain.
> xan
> jonathon

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