[PGCanada] Introductions, etc.

Wallace J.McLean ag737 at freenet.carleton.ca
Tue Nov 9 10:59:20 PST 2004

----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Sly <sly at victoria.tc.ca>
Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2004 1:17 pm
Subject: [PGCanada] Introductions, etc.

> And yes, Project Gutenberg is a totally separate entity.
> As a volunteer organization, PG in the United States simply
> could not deal with the legal complications that would be
> brought up in becoming a "multi-national".
> I believe the only legal relationship is that PG of Canada has been
> granted the right to use the "Project Gutenberg" trademark.

I think that's correct as well.

The other thing that would/should have to be done, would be to open up 
a relationship with Distributed Proofreaders to create a third DP site 
(in addition to PGDP and DP-EU). That's more technical than legal, as 
the (amazing) DP infrastructure is developed on a share-and-share-alike 

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