How to get permissions to use some parts of the Boinc Website to promote Boinc?

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JackJTP

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Message 32353 - Posted: 24 Apr 2010, 10:10:45 UTC

Hi, on http://shared.jtpc.de I want to make a kind of Fan-Site for BOINC and some projects. like on http://shared.jtpc.de/pages/projekte/boinc.php i wanr to write some discriptions for the project and may to use some content from the projects site. i know, for each project i have to ask the people of these projects.

here i want to ask for the permission to use some contents from the BOINC start-page. please admins, take alook and tell me if it is ok. if it is not, i will remove these contents immediatly.

I hope, this way i can help a bit. well I have some friends and more and more of them are helping every week ;) our Teams: JTPc.de but some of them dont have own accounts.

well- me and my friend who is helping me would be very happy and proud if we can use these stuff to promote boinc. thank you.
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Message 32355 - Posted: 24 Apr 2010, 10:20:00 UTC - in response to Message 32353.  

You can use any text without asking, as far as I know. But to have the BOINC logo and other pictures on your site, you need permission from David Anderson. You can email him to ask for permission.
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Message 32356 - Posted: 24 Apr 2010, 10:33:00 UTC

hey, thanks for your fast answer.
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