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From: "LBoswell" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Online genealogy: To include sources or not
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 14:56:32 -0500
References: <email@example.com > <firstname.lastname@example.org><009d01caac2a$77cd0810$67671830$@Gray@Newscope-Solutions.co.uk><4B75CC9A.email@example.com> <49FBE0B8CDD147AC84EF1B85258D6969@acer511eba12df><BE90C6959A2A4B6880AABCDC2CF7DC6E@JackPC><4B75F919.firstname.lastname@example.org>
That doesn't particularly bother me, that some pick up my conclusions and
add them without crediting me. What does bothers me is seeing the previous
versions of the ancestries concerned where errors still are retained.
And I enjoy the sharing, so for me keeping it private isn't an option. I
protect the identities of living individuals, but any other individual
(deceased) is fair game as far as I'm concerned (in the sense that I don't
see any privacy issues arising, as related to any descendants of a
non-living individual referred to. Those descendants don't have exclusive
say over their non-living relatives).
> I still find that some folks will take my conclusions and publish them
> as their own . . . life is too short to worry about it.
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