[pure-silver] Re: archives

are you people serious?

you are posting messages to an email address at which you have no clue who or 
how many people it will be distributed to and then you turn around and think it 
is copyright.  If what you have to say is that sensitive I wouldn't bother 
posting it.

In my opinion the list owner should include in the sign up procedure a message 
saying that anything posted at this list is free of copyright and therefore is 
freely useable for publication by anyone and anyone who doesn't agree with this 
should not post here. Taking this opposite view leaves the list owner in a much 
safer position legally than trying to make the posts copyright which could be 
violated by anyone on the list. 
It might also focus peoples minds when they thinking of posting abusive 
messages since anyone can publish what they have said. 

rob


At 09/09/2004 18:07 -0400, you wrote:
>From: Jim Brick <jim@xxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [pure-silver] Re: archives
>Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 14:37:36 -0700
>
>> You don't really need my permission. If it is so, that you actually
>> do, you indeed have it.
>
>In light of current discussion of copyright issues about archiving and
>making a CD-ROM of the past archive, I hoped someone would propose a
>system which subscribers to the list must agree to some sort of
>copyright agreements before green light on this one, so that at least
>the new list can start off with fewer legal issues for later time.
>
>--
>Ryuji Suzuki
>"Keep a good head and always carry a light camera."
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