User talk:Hdl


Dear Hdl,
Welcome to the IMSLP! We would like to thank you for contributing.

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We're looking forward to your next submission!

--Emeraldimp 10:11, 5 July 2007 (EDT)

Licensing issues

Hi Hdl! Unfortunately, the "Personal" license is now deprecated on IMSLP, and thus cannot be used for new submissions. Therefore, you will have to use one of the permitted copyright types (Creative Commons or Performance Restricted), or the file will be removed. Sorry! --Feldmahler 05:10, 9 July 2007 (EDT)

You have again changed the license from a creative commons license to the "personal" license. There was a reason why the "personal" license was removed, and new submissions under that license disallowed. Therefore I ask you again to either relicense under a permitted license, or not submit the file to IMSLP. This is the last notice. If this continues the pages will be deleted without warning. The files currently labeled "personal" will also be removed if no reply is received soon. --Feldmahler 06:33, 9 July 2007 (EDT)

Hallo, Huub de Lange. Dit keer een Nederlandstalig berichtje van de admins. We hebben gemerkt dat je je eigen composities on-line plaatst, wat wij fantastisch vinden. De licenties die je gebruikt zijn echter een probleem. Je pdf's bevatten een volledige copyrightwaarschuwing waarin jij alle rechten voorbehoudt. Dit is echter in tegenspraak met:

(1) het feit dat je je werken gratis laat distribueren, iets wat niet kan onder het auteursrecht waar je automatisch door beschermt bent.
(2) de principes van IMSLP, waar alleen werken worden geplaatst met vrije licenties en geen beschermde werken worden opgenomen. De licentie "personal" die u gebruikt is afgeschaft, omdat deze zo goed als niet vast omschreven is. Daarom willen je je vragen om je licentie aan te passen. Neem zeker een kijkje op IMSLP:Creative Commons and Performance Restricted licenses en op de site van Creative Commons licenties. Daar wordt haarfijn uitgelegd hoe je je werken kan delen zoals je nu doet, en toch nog rechten behoudt. Heb je beslist om een bepaalde licentie te gebruiken, weees dan zo vriendelijk om ze weer allemaal aan te passen op IMSLP. Het is ook verstandig om de copyrightvermelding in je pdf's dan te vervangen door de correcte licentievermelding.

Komt hier na een aanvaardbare periode geen reactie op, dan zul je begrijpen dat we ons verplicht voelen om zelf je licentie te veranderen of om je werken te verwijderen. Je kan reageren door bovenaan deze pagina op "bewerk" of "edit" te klikken en onderaan je antwoord bij te typen. Alvast bedankt!--Peter talk 08:01, 14 July 2007 (EDT)

Licensing continued

Hi Hdl! I have already e-mailed you about this, and you seem to have understood what I meant, so this is my final warning: if your scores continue to be under a prohibited/deprecated license by July 26th, I will remove all of the scores you submitted under that license, which would mean every score in your composer category.

If you are unsatisfied with this, or have comments/criticisms of the IMSLP removal procedure or copyright treatment, you may start a thread in the "Copyright Request" section of the forums. Thanks! --Feldmahler 05:14, 20 July 2007 (EDT)