[erlang-questions] Where is the Erlang bug-tracker?
Wed May 20 23:53:24 CEST 2009
The top of the page says
Erlang programming basics with examples
By Carl McDade
That creates the impression that you're claiming authorship.
Looking at your "author" page, it says 'Carl McDade has written 351
posts for Hiveminds Magazine'. At least some of those posts aren't
written by you in the usual sense of "written". The first post on
the list is this one:
it's a copy of the gen_udp man page, except you've removed the last two
lines, which are
Copyright © 1991-2009 Ericsson AB
You're going out of your way to avoid giving credit where it's due,
and that smells bad.
Aside: Neither Erlang nor its documentation falls under the GPL.
On Wednesday, May 20, Carl McDade wrote:
> The page is from here
> http://www.erlang.org/course/sequential_programming.html which is not
> part of any book.
> There is no copyright that I can see. Are you the author? If so and
> you can show ownership then I will remove it on request.
> The manual has the ericsson copyright and since this is under that
> link is it the same?
> If so then it should be covered under the GPL.
> The page would still be without annotations(copyright notices) if I
> hand mirrored the site which I am allowed to do under the priveleges
> given by the site owners. But I choose only to use the information
> rather than resync.
> What exactly is your point? Do you have something against mirrors and
> reprints of GPL material?
> The information is being duplicated so that I can give it extended
> options (interaction with other developers) that will promote Elang as
> web language and for me to make comments on as I learn.
> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 10:49 PM, Carl McDade <> wrote:
> > On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 10:28 PM, Kunthar <> wrote:
> >> http://www.hiveminds.co.uk/?p=35971
> >> Don't you have enough imagination to change citations from the book?
> >> I don't even see any copyright notice in page, what a shame!
> >> \|/ Kunth
> >> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 11:05 PM, Carl McDade <> wrote:
> >>> Does Erlang have an accessible bug tracker or is everything handled in
> >>> house and via the mailing list?
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