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Postby Nicholas » 10-28-10 11:04 pm

Alright. The new forum is up. You two are moderators. Enjoy. ;)

(I have posts auto-accepting for now. If the past is any indicator, this community is surprisingly well-behaved and the need for moderation will be super minimal. In either case, we should find out shortly...)
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Postby MatSher » 10-29-10 4:34 pm

Hi guys,

I am more than willing to help and I do not think it will be a big task managing and mediating this.
From what I have read so far most people are respectful of Nick's wishes and don't intentionally go
out to abuse the privileges given.

Its just a matter of keeping folks informed of the principle Do's and Don'ts of copyright infingements,
and keep the uploads in a localized area within the website to reduce the admin of having to look into
every thread containing a midi file.

Other than that a couple of skype calls and a few mails a month (to discuss some debatable midi's) and
everyone involved should be informed, briefed and singing from the same songsheet.

I am fairly competent on the broader aspects of copyright and trademark law.
(Commonwealth, not American - I am not sure if they are the same...)

All the best
Mat
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Postby jimhenry » 10-29-10 5:05 pm

MatSher wrote:I am fairly competent on the broader aspects of copyright and trademark law.
(Commonwealth, not American - I am not sure if they are the same...)

All the best
Mat

They should be close enough for our purposes.
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