Le Tuesday 21 September 2004 22:25, Ray Saintonge a écrit :
translated. Tagore died in 1941, so his works are
essentially all in
the public domain based on the life plus 60 law that prevails for India.
I am not sure. Does this apply worldwide?
If yes, I have some texts available for Wikisource.
For the relevant Indian law see
For the relationship to US law see [[Itar-Tass Russian News Agency v.
Russian Kurier, Inc.]] in Wikipedia.
For me, this looks like a dead old language.
Doesn't even deserve a wiki. ;o)
Le Tuesday 21 September 2004 19:46, Mark Williamson a écrit :
If it does, I can help with typing them in (if they're not already typed).
For a start, I have already 8 volumes from Mahadev Desai who was the personal
secretary of M. K. Gandhi and died in 1942. These are his dairy during the
25 years he worked with Gandhi.
(600 to 850 KB of plain
English text each)
I created the base but there is a lot of work, especially because each volume
has an index, which would be nice to have it working.
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