Chris Jacobsen <cjj_009(a)yahoo.com> writes:
Is it possible for someone to send an email to the mailing list
without subscribing (and agreeing to these rules)?
No, it isn’t possible to send a mail to the list without subcribing
first. mlmmj will refuse the message and ask you to subscribe first.
I had understood it was possible in the
forums to add a note to any post you make that your content is not
licensed under the default license. Obviously, we can't accept work
that's not under an acceptable license, but this allows artists to
showcase their work if they aren't sure they want to give it to us.
Yes, you are right with this. The forum rules allow you to do that. I
can add that for the ML also.
We may want to consider keeping a list (internally only) of who has
and has not accepted the rules for the mailing list for people who
were already registered.
The number of people already subscribed to this list is not too large. I
have the full list of subscribers on the server, but it’s nearly only
the project team. Even aakburns isn’t subscribed. (At least this was the
case when I last checked the subscribers list)
Otherwise it will be difficult to keep track of this later, and we
could end up in a bad licensing situation again. People who aren't
submitting content here don't necessarily have to agree to anything,
but we need to keep track of it. -datahead
We can do that probably. I’ll look up how many subscribers we have
already and set up a short document in the ML’s directory.
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