On Sat, 2004-10-16 at 00:56, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Paul O'Malley (ompaul at eircom.net):
>> > My read is that you renounce your rights to the copyright of the
> > article.
>> Actually, at least in countries signatory to the Berne Convention, you
> _can't_. And, no, that's not really what the licence says. I'll
That Berne Convention is a pity as it renders useless the rest of my
Thanks for the broader comment which I will spare the world from,
Paul [See those who will be there at the AGM] O'Malley
There are only so many words in the English language, you may have seen
some of them in this order before, does that mean that my thoughts are
not my own?
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