[Chimera-users] Use of a copyrighted figure for software review note
tef at cgl.ucsf.edu
Wed Jun 27 14:22:01 PDT 2007
I would like to add that we would appreciate notice of when Chimera
images are used so that we can properly track this usage and report
it to our granting agency.
> I already answered Anselm in a separate message, but for the benefit of
> the list,
> our position on our copyrighted images is that people are welcome to use
> as long as they are attributed to UCSF Chimera, and we request that the
> URL be included in an acknowledgment. Of course, we also retain
> copyright on
> the image itself, etc., etc.
> -- scooter
> Anselm.Horn at chemie.uni-erlangen.de wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > sorry, if this is a bit off-topic, but I did not find any e-mail address
> > more suitable on the Chimera website.
> > As I learned from the CCL there is a new Chimera version out.
> > I think this would be a nice opportunity to write a short software review
> > note (approx. 1 column) in the "Nachrichten aus der Chemie", the members
> > journal of the German Chemical Society GDCh, in order to inform a broad
> > public of Chimera. For this I'd like to use the graphic "DNA and
> > Netropsin" from the Chimera Image Gallery, in case there is space enough
> > to have a figure printed as well.
> > The image, however, is marked copyrighted, and thus I'd like to know,
> > whether I may use it for my purpose and what statement/copyright notice
> > should be included in the figure caption.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Best regards,
> > Anselm
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