Originally Posted by Ea
And aren't you supposed to keep the PG 'header' text if you publish the file publically?
Not if don't say it's the PG text. Some time ago I asked and was told that it was fine to say that that the text was fetched from PG:
The two primary concerns in this case are:
1. Representing the changed work as an un-changed PG eBook.
2. Trading on the PG registered trademark (i.e., if someone is going to
be making money using it, they should share the wealth -- so to speak! <g>).
A note directing readers to the PG website where they can find the eBook
which you based your edition upon would be allowed. Just don't link or
point to the file itself, just to the website.