[sword-devel] http://karl.kleinpaste.org/sword/scripts/ do not work with arabic life application bible
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Sat May 31 20:18:21 MST 2008
The entire thing online in PDF.
On Sat, 2008-05-31 at 22:07 -0500, John H. wrote:
> Biblegateway does not have the copyright. IBS does.
> Read the copyright information right there:
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> These Scriptures are not public domain. These Scriptures are not
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> On Sat, 2008-05-31 at 19:37 -0700, jonathon wrote:
> > On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 3:16 PM, John H. wrote:
> > > I wouldn't? Are you aware of some other procedure by which I might get a sword module other than scraping?
> > a) The resource installation tool that is part of the CrossSword
> > Project front ends can install resources;
> > b) Creating your own original material;
> > > inform me that he thought I may be breaking the law and that he
> > > Technically, that is a copyright infringement.
> > >
> > > Please, again, point me to the state or federal(as this is copyright)
> > > statute that you are relying on for this. What we seem to have here is
> > USC Title 17 section 107 list the criteria used to determine if "fair
> > use" apply:
> > * Purpose;
> > * Nature;
> > * Amount;
> > * Effect;
> > A single verse can be enough to exceed that which is an acceptable amount.
> > > I would also be quite interested in how crosswire might incur any liability for what I proposed to do. Please reference the statute in your response.
> > Conspiracy to commit copyright infringement would be the simplest to
> > ensure convictions of everybody associated with the project.
> > xan
> > jonathon
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