Alan Czarnek said
>The book becomes a best seller and the person who took all your work makes
>millions, and you get nothing.
and Todd Day answered:
>That would fly in the face of a true group-ware project.
If it's possible to follow on that way : I think that we should consider
and be able to defend the position that there is only one owner of thoses
works. I mean the list itself or more precisely the co-operative of the
suscribers. More often the problem is that this co-operative, (this mutual
brain) has no legal existence or representation and it's difficult to send
the millions back to a legal ghost!
Think that there is always someone (the list) missing at the negociation on
those copyright subjects.