You are welcome to do as you wish with the contents of the Docutils
project. As you can see from
<http://docutils.sourceforge.net/COPYING.html>, most of Docutils has
been placed in the public domain. You do not need any explicit
I suspect this is a translation link-back SEO scheme. If so, we won't
link back to your site, so please don't even ask.
-- David Goodger
On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 05:21, Deborah Markovski <markovski.deb@...> wrote:
> I've known you website for ages, strictly speaking from year 2010. I found
> interesting your publication reStructuredText which I googled on
> http://docutils.sourceforge.net/rst.html ! I'd love to use it in a project
> I'm involved with called "FCW Science", so I'm seeking your permission. "WH
> Science" is a freemium-model non-English language orientated startup with
> collection of scientific articles, personal notes etc. in several languages
> that is collaboratively edited by volunteers from around the world since
> 1999. Young and old, students and professors - even your neighbor could be
> a volunteer member.
> If you agree, we will credit you for your work in the resulting
> translation's references by stating that it was based on your work and is
> used with your permission, and by mentioning the name of my project "WH
> Science" back to:
> Thank you for your time and patience.
> I look forward to your response next week.
> Best wishes,
> Deborah Markovski
> Skopje, Macedonia
> Translation for Education FAQ - http://goo.gl/q9Oq9