More on manuals plus rescue
tothwolf at concentric.net
Fri Aug 21 13:17:53 CDT 2015
On Fri, 21 Aug 2015, geneb wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Aug 2015, Evan Koblentz wrote:
>> On Wed, 19 Aug 2015, ethan at 757.org wrote:
>>> Years ago I needed a HP service manual for a plotter I was trying to
>>> repair that I owned. HP of course wouldn't let me have it, so I had to
>>> buy a PDF copy from someone on eBay. I ended up removing the password
>>> and posting it on my website.
>> That's called "stealing".
HP no longer had the manual in their archives so they couldn't provide it.
> No it's not. At *worst* you're voilating the copyright of someone elses
> copyright violation. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS. NOT. THEFT. This is not
> my opinion, it's decided case law by the Supreme Court.
Sigh. I'm just going to leave these here...
Release of copyright
Tektronix Policy on Copying of Out-of-date Materials
To put this more back on the original subject, Manuals Plus also had
explicit permission from both Tektronix and HP/Agilent/Keysight to
actually duplicate/reprint their manuals. This is why some manuals were so
expensive...they were copied as needed to fill an order, and according to
Becky, it was a very labor intensive process. Jason will know exactly what
I'm talking about here too, as he got their Master (Reprint) manuals.
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