Jakob, I believe, if you read the copyright notice on frameusers.com, you will see that ownership of posts is retained by the author. And I would submit that because the content of the site is copyrighted as a body, that body-of-work further documents each posting as belonging to the author.
I eagerly await your contract proposal for assigning rights (and the subsequent royalty checks) for usage of my posts off the list, as I'm sure most members do. ;- ) Cheers, Art On 1/26/06, Jakob Fix <jakob.fix at gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > for some of my recent Frame problems, I received very useful > information through this mailing list. I would like to add references > to these posts to our internal documentation, preferably just a URL > per post. However, I'm not sure this is possible with the Lyris > mailing list software (and its blasted, slow archive). > > Would it be a good idea to add this list to gmane.org? From the site: > > "This is what Gmane offers. Mailing lists are funneled into news > groups. This isn't a new idea; several mail-to-news gateways exist. > What's new with Gmane is that no messages are ever expired from the > server, and the gateway is bidirectional. You can post to some of > these mailing lists without being subscribed to them yourself, > depending on whether the mailing lists allow non-subscribers to post > or not. > > "In addition, Gmane does spam detection, cross-post handling, has a > TMDA-fueled encryption/forwarding service, a web interface, respects > X-No-Archive, supplies RSS feeds, uses SPF, features user-defined > filters, gathers traffic statistics, and has a real-time indexing > search engine." > > Obviously, email addresses are hidden from view and from harvesting. > It's free. I have no relationship with gmane apart from being a very > satisfied user. > > What do you think? Lisa? > > -- > cheers, > Jakob. -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358