Is it permitted to copy the concept and output of published software at Sololearn, put your name and publish it ?
Is it permitted to copy the concept and output of published software at Sololearn, put your own name and publish it or is there a copyright ?
Domino You should not care what other people think. You in your hart only knows that you did the right thing. And if you made a mistake that is ok. Nobody is perfect. Everybody makes mistakes. But for now lets enjoy each others contributions and be positive. Everybody is appreciating your work at Sololearn 💗💕💖 😻🐈
Everyone might think it's stolen. Don' worry guys this is my last day here. No more "stealing of codes" to be encountered again.
Domino : There will be good times, there will be bad times, but always stay positive and know that you are a good person 💗💕💖🤗🙌
Janning⭐ : Thank you very much for your very detailed information. I appreciate that. 💖💕💗 🙌🤗
NimWing Yuan Thanks!
We all use same road with different postures / codes. I think it's always permitted, otherwise Ubuntu can be penalised by Microsoft for copying Windows.🤔
Janning⭐ : Thank you very much for your information. This is really interesting ! 💖💕💗 🙌🤗
Janning⭐ this one is a question about copy code and edit code the other one is about copy concept and output and is by no means the same 🤗
I see. Too subtle. In general, intellectual property cases are very nuanced and difficult to argue for either side. Below is a paper on how complicated this can be for software. https://open.mitchellhamline.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=2454&context=wmlr Of particular interest is the figure at the very top of PDF page 5. There may be similar scholarly articles available for YOUR jurisdiction (but you will have to find them on your own time). Fortunately, cross-jurisdictional suits are rare due to the added expense. Even though there is no black-and-white answer, I hope this helps give you a better idea of the range of considerations when cases are argued. Just be respectful and stop whatever you're doing with other people's code if they ask you to directly. P.S. Since we're talking about law in this thread, here's my standard disclaimer: I am not an attorney. Most importantly, I am not your attorney. If you need legal advice, seek a local attorney.
Yeah, like the linked document said, it's hard to know who came up with a concept first and how much of it you have rights to, etc. Source code is easier (but still difficult) because it's more comparable to plagiarism. Here's an article on a specific case involving some companies you may have heard of and the number of times the decision was appealed and reversed to (further) highlight that we're probably not the ones to decide where the line would be drawn in advance: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oracle_America,_Inc._v._Google,_Inc.
Janning⭐ I have no case or situation, but is all about the code of Maz and Domino which is posted on this thread : same concept, same output, different code.
I'm not sure why you felt the need to post the same question twice: https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1494170/?ref=app