Talk:Holy Trinity St. Seraphim-Diveyevo Convent

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Um, I'm not quite sure it's legal for us to use this text here without permission, much less edit it as I've started to do. Aren't copyright laws fun? Seriously, though, any thoughts on what should be done here? [[User:Gabriela|Gabriela]] 20:57, January 16, 2007 (PST)
 
Um, I'm not quite sure it's legal for us to use this text here without permission, much less edit it as I've started to do. Aren't copyright laws fun? Seriously, though, any thoughts on what should be done here? [[User:Gabriela|Gabriela]] 20:57, January 16, 2007 (PST)
  
Well, I think being a postcard set, the information is in the public domain? The only way would be to look in a copyright law book, or, to phone the Monastery and ask if its okay to use the info. And yes the information is all original; regarding the objectivity, not sure if its a matter of objectivity as that seems to be the message the Theotokos was giving to the nun Alexandra? Not sure, good points though.[[User:Angellight_888]]
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Well, I think being a postcard set, the information is in the public domain? The only way would be to look in a copyright law book (for a section on posrtcards, or quoting a paragraph?), or, to phone the Monastery and ask if its okay to use the info. Would have to locate their number. And yes the information is all original; regarding the objectivity, not sure if its a matter of objectivity as that seems to be the message the Theotokos was giving to the nun Alexandra? And if its direct quote, and substantiated/given credit as it is, not sure if its a problem. Good points though.[[User:Angellight_888]]

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Um, I'm not quite sure it's legal for us to use this text here without permission, much less edit it as I've started to do. Aren't copyright laws fun? Seriously, though, any thoughts on what should be done here? Gabriela 20:57, January 16, 2007 (PST)

Well, I think being a postcard set, the information is in the public domain? The only way would be to look in a copyright law book (for a section on posrtcards, or quoting a paragraph?), or, to phone the Monastery and ask if its okay to use the info. Would have to locate their number. And yes the information is all original; regarding the objectivity, not sure if its a matter of objectivity as that seems to be the message the Theotokos was giving to the nun Alexandra? And if its direct quote, and substantiated/given credit as it is, not sure if its a problem. Good points though.User:Angellight_888

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