Updated August 3, 2019.
I’m sorry for any confusion regarding the MIT license coverage. I have completely forgotten to update this page after I moved from donation-ware to license purchase for Dynamic forms for SharePoint (DFFS), SPJS Charts for SharePoint (Charts) and CommentBox for SharePoint (cBox) almost 5 years ago!
The MIT license is still valid for all other solutions posted in the site over the last 11 years, but the three products listed above have their own license – you find the EULA for each of them in their product page.
The below license is valid for all solutions but DFFS, Charts and cBox:
My intentions from the very start has been to supply my solutions – free of charge – to anyone that wants to use them, and to do so, confident that anyone who uses them will give credit to those that deserves it. Whether it be me, or anyone that have inspired or helped me to create the solution.
I hereby grant everyone the rights stated under the MIT X11 License.
The copyright statement:
Copyright (c) 2009-2019 Alexander Bautz
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10 thoughts on “Copyright and disclaimer”
It also scrolls over other text, web parts, and the web part title and border chrome.
i would like to propose a link exchange in between us which promotes our sites in search engines.
my site is http://www.aboutsharepoint2010.com – you can link to my site with “about sharepoint 2010”.
Please add it in your blogroll and let me know email@example.com
Is there a document that has all the setup instructions for the DynamicForms in it? If not I would like to create an instructional document using all the setup instructions you have in your blog posts. Does this fall within your copyright and disclaimer so that I can do so?
Is this for internal use, or do you plan to post it somewhere?
What happens to the code base/customer base if you decide to stop support or something fatal happens ?
I ask because some customers of mine may be wary of getting utilities from companies who they view as possibly not being able to support the utility in several years time.
Hope this helps,
We have a 3rd party product to add disclaimer (prompt) for SharePoint.