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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • How many slides were "borrowed"? Only one one or two or the whole course?

    Remember that after you've graduated, you'll still be the author of the text, after all. And also that "Les conseilleurs ne sont les payeurs" (sorry, don't know how to translate it correctly).

    • by Beatnik (493) on 2003.06.03 4:46 (#20738) Homepage Journal
      Well, the course I did last year had a 10 page introduction text, slides to go along (around 10 slides), a short reference text (2-3 pages) and some practical stuff... 'Their' material has one or two slides missing but everything else is just like it was in my version. They only had a one hour session about it, didn't even do the practical part and it won't be part of the finals... Doing the perl classes last year was a nice gesture but it took me more work to prepare that class than to prepare for the practical part of the finals all my classmates got instead. I don't mind if they use it in their future classes but credit where credit is due. What if I, in the near future, use those text/slides at another course and someone accuses me of stealing school course material? The first teacher I mailed to said she didn't use that much material and that mentioning on my resume I provided course material for the school was a bit exagurated. I think I will anyway since this is clearly not exagurated. I will discuss this issue after my graduation with the professors in question.