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Old 05-29-2007, 03:53 AM   #74
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Originally Posted by RWood
What I do is to put it in its own section at the back of the book with the chapter heading "Project Gutenberg Data" or "Project Gutenberg Information"

Since I took the raw text from their site it is only fair that they get the credit they earned. It is also part of the terms of the agreement we agreed to when we downloaded from their site. I am sure that this is what you mean that you do because I know that you are not the sort of person to cut out their credit altogether.
The "deal" with PG is that you either:

1. Remove all mention of PG from the book.

or:

2. Include the full licence agreement.

I personally choose option 1. I freely acknowledge that PG are a wonderful resource (and I do a fair amount of proofreading for them myself), but I just don't like the 20 pages of legal "stuff" in the books that I create.
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