Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 13:07:12 +0100
Reply-To: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
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From: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
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Merry christmas to everybody,
i just received this morning a 'gift ' from sas Institut france :
promise of more easier way...
"Les autorisations d'utilisation de produits SAS avec copyright deviennent
maintenant plus faciles a obtenir."
"Requesting permission to use materials copyrighted by SAS
just got easier! For your convenience, we have implemented
a web form through which you can request permission to use,
material that is copyrighted by SAS. Check out
on this form, i discover item
what material will be reproduced?
===> screen capture of software products
How will this material be used? (Check all that apply.)
As supplemental classroom material
As part of a Masters Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation
As part of an upcoming book/journal article
As part of a presentation in a non-educational workshop/lecture setting
and questions about how many copies and in which language....
The problem about the logo is arising again but massfull!
Everybody is concerned.
In our case, we just have internally published a french manual on v8.1 of
out of trade but for educational use in sas courses.
this manual has 50-100 screen captures of (windows.. button...menu...and so
with this permisson form (http://www.sas.com/contact/permission_form.html)
sas Institute indicate that in the future we must ask permission for doing
screen copy! More the sas sentence supposed that in the past also we had to
Before writing a letter to Sas France, could we have some debate and
opinions about that new system of permission.
I repeat everybody is concerned... for example if you write a note about a
with a sceen copy, you must have a permission...from Sas.
Sorry for this question but we must discuss this otherwise our future will
be very dark.
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