[thelist] Copying a site style is one thing, but...

Robert Goodyear rob_goodyear at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 5 04:09:01 CST 2002

Duh. I have no idea why we never did that. I do that for all my personal
projects, and I guess I just assumed our lead developer handled all those sorts
of housekeeping tasks. You can bet that'll be done first thing Monday!

Anyhow, we're tossing a coin as to whether to unleash Ford legal on them or Y&R
legal. Either way will be quite fun to watch.

Thanks for reminding me about burying some comments.

-Robert Goodyear

--- Ben Phillips <ben at inchima.com> wrote:
> > > A local development company is laying claim to my
> > > team's work.
> >
> > Didn't you <!-- --> comment your company's name anywhere on the site?
> >
> > When we developed things, back in my web agency days, we
> > would hard-code comments like the name of our company, who
> > managed the project, who visually designed it, who coded the
> > HTML and who did the heavy dev/database work.
> >
> > It solves exactly this kind of dispute without further ado.
> definitely. or you can put the author information in a meta tag which
> does the same thing.
> have you got in touch with lincoln about this? surely they won't be too
> happy with a web design company passing off their site as their own work
> (in the same way you aren't too happy either)?
> benji
> inchima.com

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