Re: [luf-team] Re: Welcome Tony :o)
- Jeremy Noyes wrote:
> The Next Step: Obviously even an unofficial organization that existsThat's the main problem, I think.
> primarily on the Internet should have a decent website. We don't and
> while its been said multiple times, no one seems to be able to find
> the time
> or to gain access to the groups domain names to get the jobI have access to the key domains - luf.org, livinguniverse.org,
distant-star.org/info and millennial.org; fmf.org is still controlled by
Thor. The ones listed above are now hosted on my personal account, with
500MB space and 5GB bandwidth per month. Distant-star.com expired a
> Distant Star writings since they were never filed with copyrightNot true - any writing, unless specifically assigned to the public
> protection are in the public domain, though you should still cite the
> authors to be polite.
domain, is copyright protected to the author. If they assigned copyright
to the Foundation, it is debatable where that copyright now rests;
IANAL, but it is arguably back with the original authors.
(Still kicking around...)
- (Sorry for the delay Tony, it's been 'that' kind of month and then some)
Jeremy has answered your questions I hope and your getting up to speed on
the archive I also hope. Feel free to dive in and take a shot whenever you get
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