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Have you copied or used content from this site?
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rRV web-site Conditions of Use
The sections below are essential reading.
They tell you what to do and what not to do, so the rediscovering Ripleyville project can do what it needs to do.
They set out:-
- The need to license rediscovering Ripley Ville (rRV) content
- The status of content elsewhere on the internet about Victorian Ripley Ville
- The rRV quality guarantee
The guidelines are for ‘for-profit’ individuals or groups (local or otherwise) and those in the ‘not-for -profit’ or ‘profit-for-purpose’ sectors, who create work or publish to the internet on Ripleyville and related topics.
All visitors to the site should read them. They form part of the conditions of use of the publicly accessible areas of the web-site and its public content.
Local Benefit & Content Licences
It is the intention of the rediscovering Ripleyville (rRV) project to bring benefit to the people living and working close to where Victorian Ripley Ville was built and where earlier events occurred that led to the village’s development.
Social Enterprise model
One way of locking in benefit is to license content from this web-site or the research activity of the rediscovering Ripley Ville project. That has always been the intention of this site and the rediscovering Ripleyville project. Licences to funded not-for-profit groups and organisations, the public sector and for-profit publication would command a fee on a sliding scale (details on request).
This is a variation on a model that has been made familiar by everything from High Street charity shops to the Big Issue seller. It is a Social Enterprise model that uses trading to supplement other income streams. It is used by many groups in Heritage-related projects.
Licences for use of content
Need to licence rRV content
For the last 20 weeks a message in the side bar left has requested that not-for-profit organisations apply for a licence to use content from this site.
Previously not-for-profit use of content was allowed where this site was indicated as the source of that content. This was intended to cover occasional reciprocal arrangements.
No rRV licences issued
- As of today, 11th December 2014, use of the content of the rRV web-site has not been licensed to any other web-based author, group or their publisher. Nor has it been issued for print-based publishing.
How to recognise licenced content
When a licence is granted, licencees publishing content from this site would be required to include a form of words agreed with this project. Where this was to the web this would include a hyperlink to this site.
A list of licencees and of licensed use of content will also appear on this web-site.
Fair, Friendly, Collaborative, Lawful?
Occasional unacknowledged use of images from this site has occurred and has been brought to rRv’s attention. Inadequately referenced and unacknowledged use of content from this site continues.
Are you playing fair?
Don’t copy rRV content without permission or a licence.
Don’t infringe copyright law.
Use of content for private use, for review purposes or where this constitutes ‘fair dealing’ within copyright law requires no licence.
rediscovering Ripleyville has reciprocal informal arrangements for the occasional sharing of an image or images or text with contributors or unfunded history web-sites of individuals publishing about West Bowling. These are made on an ad hoc (case by case) basis.
A simple request by ‘phone, text or e-mail to this project (see Contacts) is usually all that is needed to agree this.
Use of content where this is in line with the rediscovering Ripley Ville project’s aims or for promotional purposes and by individuals or groups supporting rRV aims is unaffected by this notice and welcomed.
Competitive & Unfriendly
Neither the rRV project nor its main contributor R L (Bob) Walker have (as of 11th Dec 2014), directly contributed content to any other internet site. We have not and do not contribute to the Wikipedia site bearing the Ripleyville name. We have not authorised or licensed use of content from this site on Wikipedia.
Use of the rRV logo
Quality : rRV logo is your guarantee
A process available in doing history is that of triangulation; the use of at least three reliable and different documents or artifacts to confirm or qualify a statement or conclusion. These could be of a different provenance or of a different kind, e.g. OS map, records of public authority, illustrations or photographs, manuscript, diary, newspaper or other contemporary report or account.
Many of the blog posts on this web-site are drafts. They may be and often will be about what is provisional; knowledge accumulated so far.
In order not to over-claim, posts will say if knowledge is provisional or more speculative or where further research is needed.
The rRV logo is your guarantee of quality of research.
The removal of the rRV logo from content published to this site and the content’s use and publication in another document could be unlawful.
The addition of the rRV logo to content generated outside of this project is a form of ‘passing off’ and could be fraudulent in law.
Both would be unfriendly acts.
Notice Issued 2014/10/15, revised 2014/12/11
This is a “See you again, sometime” post; the type of “good-bye” that is not intended to be final but where you make no immediate plans for when you might meet.
After three weeks and a follow-up appointment at Bradford Royal Infirmary, the hope is that my ‘something and nothing’ is probably more of a nothing – or at least unlikely to recur. We shall see. But, with each passing week, the three weeks without doing a post on the blog have confirmed for me that I have made the right decision. For the foreseeable future other priorities, including research on Victorian Ripley Ville, must come first.
The blog is on hold. I think until the end of February 2015 at least.
The pages on the web-site will stay accessible.
I would still be interested in contacts from people who had ancestors living in or connected toRipley Ville in the Victorian period 1866 – 1885 or to Bowling Dyeworks from 1835 – 1885. You can use the form below to get in touch or the info on the contact page
I won’t be abandoning the rediscovering Ripley Ville project.
- I am still concerned about the alms houses.
- I am still contactable if you have an interest in helping to make connections between Victorian Ripley Ville, present-day West Bowling and its history and heritage.
- I will be publishing whatever comes out of the new research on the ‘water-closets controversy’ and intend to make good on a long-overdue promise for future booklets in the rediscovering Ripleyville series.
If there is any way, however small, in which you feel you could help this wider project, you can use the form below. Please get in touch.
Can I thank those of you who have already got in touch over the past few weeks by e-mail, through comments on the blog, ‘likes’ on the Facebook page or signing up as a ‘Friend’ of Ripley Ville (see column right →). I will get back to you as soon as I can.
My continuing best wishes to those of you who contributed and helped make the web-site, the go-to site for Ripleyville, Bowling Dyeworks, the Ripleys and the Victorian history of west Bowling over the last two and a half years. Its a significant success story.
Maybe it (or a replacement?) will be again.
So, see you again sometime.
Yes – come a bit out of the blue hasn’t it?
All the rRV blog posts are now “password protected” – rather than just a few.
It wasn’t planned.
It was one of those ’something and nothing’ things that brought it about. I had a couple of days in hospital last week; nothing life threatening though it was unpleasant enough for me to want to avoid a repeat. But it did make me stop.
Once stopped and under doctor’s instructions to, “Take it easy for a week”, plans that would have taken the blog and the rediscovering Ripleyville project through to and beyond 15th November next year – and Ripley Ville’s 150th anniversary – just started to unravel.