You said it much better than I did so I won't repeat the point. For the
record, I have not quoted anyone from any material on the list. In the
future, I will follow the aforementioned rules.
Mika Tuupola wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Tony Chan wrote:
> > Note: I write for a magazine and I want to use the information gathered
> > on this particular thread, so if you don't want to be quoted, please
> > specified.
> Every mail written to the list is property of the author.
> Nothing posted to the list is public domain unless the
> owner explicitly declares so.
> Researchers and reporters can of course gather data from the
> mailinglist assuming it falls into "fair use". Isn't this
> one of the main points of the mailinglist: to get and spread
> However to quote someone with their name included you have
> to get a permission from author to use their name. Meaning
> the author has to tell you "you can quote me". Expecting
> you can use authors name if she didn't tell you you couldn't
> is not in my opinion enough.
> Bottom line:
> Ask for permission first!
> Those who in doubt, please consult:
> Mika Tuupola http://www.appelsiini.net/~tuupola/
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Received on Thu Nov 2 11:51:18 2000