On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 06:43:25AM +0100, Dave Airlie wrote:
>> > How many subscribers does it take to say we probably read it anyway?
>> I didn't read it on the net .. and I hit the D key when I got it in my
> mailbox, and look it didn't phase me... pretend its spam... why are people
> so unable to ignore a mail...
>Actually, there is a *slightly* bigger issue here - do we have (as ILUG)
permission (written) to archive, and make publically available, copies
of GMSV articles ? ... if not, and if the poster is not in a position to
grant such a permission (indeed - does he have the right to post that to
a publically archived mailing list in the first place) ...
A link and a quick synopsis would have done the job admirably ... and is
probably about as much reading as it got anyway (did anyone read past
the first paragraph ... given it's been on Groklaw, /. and a million
other sites already (before SillyCon Vale even awoke !).
Anyway ... in the absense of a clear copyright notice on those, and / or
permission to post / archive, please post only a synopsis and link.
(being paranoid again ... !)
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