On 3/3/06, David Gerard <fun(a)thingy.apana.org.au> wrote:
Daniel Mayer (maveric149(a)yahoo.com) [060301 12:18]:
Please don't feel assaulted since that is not
my intent. I simply want to make sure that your
great use of Wikipedia content does not jeopardize Wikimedia-held trademarks. Trademarks
proactively protected or they could be lost.
It did however strike me as churlish that the very first responses on the
list to a cool new project were not "hey, cool new project!" but "CEASE,
VIOLATOR. OR SUSPECTED VIOLATOR, ANYWAY."
Your memory is faulty.
From me, the very first response:
great. Would you please add a copyright notice about Wikipedia
to the copyright notice on your page? E.g. ..."
"Before anything, Robert,
Wikipedia on ipod looks wonderful.
I do not have an ipod myself, so I can not *test*, but the very idea is
Thank you for taking care of this.
Now, far from being willing to annoy you, I regret to tell you that Mav
is correct in his questions. ...."