5844Re: Copyright Question
- Mar 2, 2006I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV...
I would argue that this board could be construed as a "non-commercial
peer conference, workshop or seminar.
But to be on the safe side, an intro should be written to frame the
article into our area of interest with perhaps a referrence to an
extant example and then insert the specific parts of the article that
would be important to us. With ample credit given to the article's
source, I would not think that there would be a problem.
If anyone with rights to the work disagreed, the posting could be
Ulfsvikings, Barony of Angels, Caid
--- In email@example.com, Don Eisele <quixote@...> wrote:
> >> I think you are trying to use the educational/research clause to
> >> posting. I have two thoughts:
> >> 1. This forum is not an educational institution
> >It isn't? Oh, drat, I wanted to learn something....
> "Educational purposes" means:...
> * presentation of research findings at non-commercial peer
conferences, workshops or seminars.
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