On 5/19/06, sannse <sannse(a)tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
Anthony DiPierro wrote:
I won't make any down payment, but I'd
most likely be willing to sign
such a contract. Have Danny send me the details.
The down payment would be needed for the costs in making sure the
contract is done right it would be a right mess if you backed out at the
last minute. I can't really believe in your offer if you aren't
prepared to send a few thousand for the initial costs, not considering
how much this /could/ cost.
It *could* cost a lot, however my guess is that it *would* cost
nothing. I guess I'd put up a few thousand if it could go into an
interest bearing money market account for a couple years while we see
that this guy's bluff is just that - a bluff.
But anyway, that's between you and the foundation.
I suggest you write
to them and see if they have enough faith in your offer to take you up
It's your idea, why don't you set it up?
If Wikimedia really did want indemnification then they'd get the guy
to send a DMCA takedown notice and pass it on. Indemnification is
part of the DMCA putback procedure.