Applying for copyright maintainer - cease and desist
Re: [sword-devel] One thing That I would like to see...
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 23 19:14:16 MST 2005
I realize that this is a late reply to this note, but I think that it
pertains to the most recent thread regarding copyrights. Daniel if you
meant it when you wrote it and if you still mean it, perhaps this would
be a good time to help direct the activities of Jonathan and others.
If they are going to contact the copyright owners of the copyrighted
material that is on Crosswire (in order to confirm their former
permission) as representing Crosswire, I think it might be wise to
create "official" correspondence for this matter.
Chris Little wrote:
> Daniel Glassey wrote:
>> OK, subject to anyone objecting I am asking to take over copyright
>> duties (I have emailed people already with some ideas but Troy is
>> offline at the mo).
> I'm of two minds on this issue. On the one hand, I object to the idea
> of your taking over copyright duties because I fear that you don't
> know what a huge task you're taking on and that you'll eventually quit
> the project altogether. :) But if you really think you want to do
> this, I don't object.
>> In the meantime, if anyone here is thinking of sending any letters or
>> emails to copyright holders please don't. As Barry says, it is
>> counterproductive. Contact me with what you want to say and if it is
>> appropriate I will decide what to do.
> Yes, please don't. It makes us look bad. I think I'm on record as
> having that position and being of the opinion that the whole premise
> behind the copyright page, as it stands now, is horrible. I'm unaware
> of any time that any letter writing campaign to release content has
> And the little "locked" links on the website should definitely go
> away. They're incredibly confusing to users and misrepresent the
> actual state of affairs.
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