chrislit at crosswire.org
Mon Dec 7 16:44:12 MST 2009
PorTB has been removed. If we know a text to be infringing, even if from
a source that claims it is public domain, we need to respect the rights
of the actual copyright holder.
FWIW, the same text is also available from
I don't know whether this site has permission to post its text or not.
David Haslam wrote:
> I think Chris may be the volunteer who made the module.
> The conf file states it is derived from the partial Wikisource edition.
> Wikisource stuff is published under the Creative Commons
> Attribution/Share-Alike License.
> If there is a breach, then it would be that of Wikimedia to resolve.
> While making this reply, I also noticed that a lot more of the Old Testament
> is now available.
> Genesis through Ezekiel.
> Leandro DUTRA wrote:
>> I was very happy to see PorTB available â€” but Å¿ad it Å¿eems to be in
>> violation of Socidade BÃblica Brasileiraâ€™s copy rights, as it is the
>> recent version, with orthography updated.
>> Please, please tell me either someone duly obtained permission
>> from SBB, or revised the orthography of the original TB independently
>> from SBB.
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