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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: [Licence] Contents of the Symphony web page
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2013 14:22:20 GMT
On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Guy Waterval <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is it allowed to use with AOO the templates and cliparts of the web page of
> Lotus Symphony :
> ?
> I read the following in the "terms of use" :
> [...]
> IBM grants you non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited permission to
> access and display the Web pages within this site, solely on your computer
> and for your personal, non-commercial use of this Web site. Content may be
> accompanied by licenses or other agreements, in which case such Content is
> governed solely by the agreements under which they are provided. If you
> obtain Content from this Web site that is not provided under an agreement,
> such Content is not provided as "public domain"; *you may use such Content
> for your personal, non-commercial use only and only in connection with your
> use of Lotus Symphony*. You may not reverse assemble, reverse compile, or
> otherwise *translate the Content into human-readable form* or into another
> program language (except as may be specifically permitted by law without
> the possibility of contractual waiver).
> [...]
> So, no translation or possible transmission to students in a course on AOO?

It also says, "solely on your computer and for your personal,
non-commercial use".  I'm not sure that is compatible with using in a
non-personal work like a class.

But let me check with the Symphony team to see if this content can be
contributed to Apache.



> If yes, what text should be sent to give credit to IBM for the files?
>  Regards
> --
> gw

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