Michael J. Swart

August 7, 2009

Intellectual Property Issues on SQL Blogs.

Filed under: Miscelleaneous SQL — Michael J. Swart @ 9:26 am
Late last week I got an email from a guy preparing to give a Sql Server seminar. He asked whether it would be okay if he used a drawing I did in an earlier blog post (with attribution of course). I’m not sure I replied in time for the seminar.
So since I’m glad to let anyone use my stuff for training (some rights reserved), I thought I’d license my blog under creative commons. You can find the details at the bottom of this page (unless you’re reading through RSS).
It was pretty easy, in case you’re wondering, you can generate nifty html to license your stuff on CC’s site starting here.
I thought this post fitting considering the fact that some bloggers I follow (notably Jonathan Kehayias, and Brent Ozar) have talked about blog plagiarism lately. So I wanted to make it explicitly clear what’s okay with the content of this blog.

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