Wednesday, 3 August 2011

DMCA counter-notice confirmed

I got confirmation from Blogger about my counter-notice.

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The Blogger Team blogger-support@google.com to me
show details 9:02 PM (1 hour ago)
Hello,

Thanks for reaching out to us.

In accordance with the DMCA, we have completed processing your
infringement complaint and the content in question no longer appears on
the following URL(s):

http://skype-open-source.blogspot.com/2011/07/great-skype-testing-day.html

Please let us know if we can assist you further.
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So, i restore links in my post.

9 comments:

  1. It is tragic when one have to appreciate justice, but this is such a case =)

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  2. All this while Microsoft does Marketing-Campaigns about their "new openness" ... while just suing everybody and blackmailing developers for paying patent fees. Shall they burn in hell!

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  3. No dude, this is a response that blogger sent to you thinking (why???) that YOU FILED THE CLAIM! This tells you that "okay, we removed the links from the posts", this does NOT look like a confirmation of your counterclaim at all, so DON'T restore the links or you might loose the blog altogether.

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  4. You might want to consider having a secondary blog just in case this gets blown to abyss. Keep it up, things are getting interesting!

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  5. Hello ,

    Are you still working on this ? I'm just curious since you haven't posted anything in quite a while ...

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  6. @Purple

    Yes, i am working. I will post status update soon.

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  7. Good to know, so many people have given up on this that I was a bit worried.
    I know it's not easy but I promise I'll do my best to support your work.
    For now I've donated some $ but I'll see what I can do on the technical side of things.

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  8. Right now is a great time to release such a product. There is great anger around for skype throwing their lovely new "feature" the Skype Home popup window. If it released before skype makes the decisive move to remove the damn thing then you will have a huge adoption and as much feedback for beta versions (judging with how many people raised their voices to the subject)

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  9. Hi,

    Can you answer some questions on you piece of code?

    WBR, Steve

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