A Website about Donald's Family Tree (!!!??? I wonder what the sources are...)
olaf.solstrand at andebyonline.com
Tue Jan 10 17:29:53 CET 2006
it may just be me, but I think that Donald's middle name and Scrooge's
father's name is not enough to suspect plagiatism. However, using sources
when writing an article is perfectly normal and legal, and should you be a
source for this you're probably mentioned in the sources for the article
(which unfortunately is not in the free version).
I suggest you e-mail the article author (if that was possible) and ask him
if you are among his sources. :-) No need to make things worse than that
who uses sources every day
<Goofy313g at aol.com> skreiv Mon, 09 Jan 2006 18:55:26 +0100
> I just found this page today
> unfortunately I can't check the actual tree, as you have to pay for that
> I just wondered what people here thought about this, several references
> the article (the use of the name fauntleroy as well as the name "scotty"
> scrooge's father made me wonder if this guy didn't use my work without
> me, I don't have any objection for using my work in other sites, even if
> like to be referred to somewhere, but certainly NOT in paying contents!!
> tell me if I'm not too paranoid, and what you think I should do...
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