Hi. Could you please explain, preferable on Talk:Word count (Lua), why you think Word count (Lua) is a copyright violation? If you for some reason don't want the explanation public, you can send me an email using this link Ahy1 02:39, 4 February 2007 (PST)
For future reference, LiteratePrograms appears to predate the Rosetta Code project by around a year (judging by the dates in the edit histories of their respective front pages). So it seems rather unlikely that your claim about LiteratePrograms stealing ideas from Rosetta Code is in any way accurate. --Allan McInnes (talk) 21:27, 6 February 2007 (PST)
- Rosetta doesn't have an entry yet for wc, so it's unlikely that there would be a conflict. Rosetta has a much different emphasis from LP, so I don't see where there will be much friction betwixt the two sites. Although claims of copyright infringement have to be taken seriously, it looks like the two notices point to wikipedia. I'd be inclined to say that the two IP addresses are one and the same person. The linked wikipedia articles do not give sufficient evidence that any copyright violation has taken place - they are just pages referring to the Unix wc utility. Unless one can lay claim to wc being a copyrighted algorithm, I just don't see much substance.Chris Rathman 08:06, 7 February 2007 (PST)
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