[Seaside] Use of examples from Hasso-Plattner-Institut's tutorial

Michael Haupt mhaupt at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 10:10:25 UTC 2007

Hi Miguel,

On Nov 15, 2007 6:23 AM, Miguel Enrique Cobá Martínez
<m.coba.m at gmail.com> wrote:
> I refer only to the code and not to the text. As I understand it, if you
> buy a book about data structures in C, for example, you can use the
> techniques in it because it is meant to learn the language or the
> techniques. The same logic applies to the code and techniques you read
> in a forum on the web. The code in the forum's threads are for learning
> and is common to use the code verbatim or with little modifications in
> your own project. You get my point.
> Can you, please, clarify this point?

here is the position you are asking for.

Of course you can use idioms from the ToDo application to demonstrate
how certain things work. We'd be happy if you could give appropriate
credit and point to the tutorial for reference. As long as you don't
reuse entire parts of the application, there is no problem. If you do,
you will require express permission from us to do so.

As for the tutorial *text*, any reuse of existing material is subject
to express permission from the authors.

This is how things are for now. We are sorting out licensing details
but have not yet come to a conclusion.

I hope this clarifies things.



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