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What do we have to do to increase traffic a little more so that CO can take off? I'd love to see us have a CO Springs and a Denver subforum. FRG, I'm amazed at the progress we've made here with the work you've done. Mad Props

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Do you guys have any personal guidlines for posting renderings. I used to do it all of the time, but then I got... well... scolded by the artist of one of the renderings I posted for not clearing it with him first. I don't really see the problem with using a rendering for our purposes as long as we credit the source. It's not as if anyone is making any money here. Still, I'm uneasy everytime I link to a rendering.

Thoughts?

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Do you guys have any personal guidlines for posting renderings. I used to do it all of the time, but then I got... well... scolded by the artist of one of the renderings I posted for not clearing it with him first. I don't really see the problem with using a rendering for our purposes as long as we credit the source. It's not as if anyone is making any money here. Still, I'm uneasy everytime I link to a rendering.

Thoughts?

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When posting images (whether photographs or architectural renderings), one should always take into consideration how protected the image is (whether it's fully copyrighted, public domain, or somewhere in between (available for redistribution to any extent under creative commons)).

I've had some situations where photographs into which I had put a great deal of time and effort were "borrowed" without any credit being given even though the photos were very clearly marked as copyright protected (all rights reserved). Architectural Renderings, I would suspect, should have a copyright notice somewhere on the rendering itslef. Otherwise, I *think* it's public domain. I'm not an expert either, but if it's not very clearly marked as copyrighted material, it's game.

Now, that being said, UrbanPlanet does have more strict rules and regulations regarding posting of any material that could even remotely be considered as copyrighted. They do this to protect themselves from any nasty legal ramifications resulting from registered users posting such material, and I cannot blame them.

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