Comments on: ways say “some rights reserved” Blog, news, books Tue, 10 Oct 2017 06:01:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: Trevor Hill Mon, 07 Apr 2003 07:09:19 +0000 Well, I begin law school this fall, after having graduated CMU in CS in ’98. I’m not sure I agree much with the linux/OSS crowd on these issues though… ;)

By: Anonymous Wed, 02 Apr 2003 12:32:57 +0000 Maybe he doesn’t want comments for those entries that have no comment link.

You can work around it by modifying the entry_id on the url above. For example,

will take you to a comment about the entry that mentions the “To every cow its calf” story about St. Columba and King Diarmait, which comment was offered even though the blog invites no comments on that entry.

By: squid Wed, 02 Apr 2003 01:42:56 +0000 how do you make the first comment on a blog entry.
below each entry, I see ane eg

posted on [ Mar 31 03 at 12:06 PM ] to [ ideas ]


posted on [ Mar 26 03 at 4:41 AM ] to [ ] [ 9 comments ]

but never a

posted on [ 2003 April 01 at 4:41 AM ] to [ tuition ] [ 0 comments ]

so how do i comment on a post which has no comments.

By: Seth Finkelstein Sat, 29 Mar 2003 22:18:01 +0000 “Alas, weaning the lawyers from their words proves harder than the programmers”

Yes – however I think this is not about words _per se_, but that lawyers
don’t ever want to give up a right if they can avoid it. In contrast,
all the time, programmers are faced with agreements giving up all
their rights (n.b.: agreements written by lawyers!). So if it’s
a choice between putting one’s work in common, or letting it be
locked-up in corporate machinations, that’s not too tough. But
as lawyers are often the ones carrying out the corporate machinations,
they’re much less likely to be willing to forego that game.

By: Dave Winer Fri, 28 Mar 2003 21:19:46 +0000 Right on, thanks for the flow Larry!!