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You may have noticed that I've posted some rejoinders to your arguments about copyright issues here. I just wanted to let you know that I'm basically doing for the "defense" — making the counter-case as "scary" as possible — what you did for the "prosecution", to stimulate discussion. I don't mean to impune your own contributions, as they seem quite reasonable from one point of view, and address concerns probably overdue at this growing WF project. At Wikiquote talk:Copyrights, I even started by making clear that I think you're making some good points, but when I re-read it, it sounded a bit too much like Anthony's faux praise for "the noble Brutus" in Julius Caesar. I didn't intend it that way, though. I think we need both (all?) sides of this issue to duke it out in public, and it can be difficult sometimes to get such discussions going here. (I do admit to feeling strongly about the points I made, though.) ~ Jeff Q (talk) 23:18, 16 October 2005 (UTC)