Re: HTML ethics

Subject: Re: HTML ethics
From: Laurie Rubin <lmr -at- SYL -dot- NJ -dot- NEC -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 1995 09:59:34 -0400

How about those cool, colored lines? They are .gif files,
and I see them used quite frequently, lately.

>Robert Crews says:
> I would draw the line with this motivation: If you are taking
> the code to save yourself the time of generating the same thing
> yourself, or if you are taking something that you know how to
> do but are not talented enough to create yourself, then it
> is wrong.

> I would also most certainly not take anything that could be
> considered "content": text, pictures, binary files, etc.
> Formatting is copied all the time. I think that is the way
> the state of the art advances.

> Please do not consider me any kind of expert on ethics. I feel
> out of my element answering this question.

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