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How to protect intellectual property?
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Joined: 22 Oct 17
A very important topic.
We will discuss.
How did it all start?
Begin with this message on the forum boinc.ru
Statistics for the list of 2 000 697 CF ODLS
And in the signature for the post we see the link:
List of CF ODLS https://cloud.mail.ru/public/8Tbm/JjcinpEVu (2 000 697)
Since there are no links to the sources of results in the post (in the file by reference - I do not know whether there are links or not, since I the file did not download), naturally, the question arises: "Where are the drozhishki?"
The question on the forum boinc.ru I can not ask, because I locked there for 50 years.
Then I ask the administrator of the BOINC-project ODLK1 ice00.
I get the following answer:
Sorry, I had give him the results some days ago, but I can point him
Well, all as I expected.
After receiving the results from the administrator ODLK1, citerra puts them on the boinc.ru forum without specifying any sources of results.
I would like to note that earlier I have repeatedly drawn attention to the fact that the results of the ODLK and ODLK1 BOINC projects are the intellectual property of these projects and when copying the results for any purpose it is necessary to indicate a reference to the source of the results.
At the same time, I showed a copyright sign in both BOINC projects, for example, in the ODLK project
©2018 (C) Progger
But all my calls were in vain.
The results were copied by citerra and laid out without any reference.
Now the story repeats itself, now with the results obtained from the project administrator ODLK1.
This is the beginning. The continuation followed quite stunning.
I suggest that everyone will get acquainted with the beginning and advise how to protect the intellectual property of BOINC projects.
PS. Russian-speaking participants can read the topic here
Joined: 22 Oct 17
The continuation of the events will be described later.
I ask all, and especially the administrators of the BOINC-projects Progger and ice00, to express their views.
©2023 Progger & Stefano Tognon (ice00)