he who is without sin should cast the first stone.
** .'' ''.
Ouch what's that plank sticking out my eye?
Maggie & Keith Davison wrote:
> Please, we did not intend to provoke such a storm over this matter.
> We were simply asking if there was an accepted procedure for resolving
> problems such as this in academic publishing, so that we knew where we
> stood before we contacting the authors. We were a little annoyed about the
> matter and perhaps this came over too strongly in our original post.
> To clarify the situation.
> The paper the photo was published in was Archaeology in Wales 45 p11-16,
> 2005, this is the CBA (Wales) annual journal of archaeological research in
> Wales. Our photo appears on page 12 and is credited to one of the authors
> in the caption. Our names do not appear anywhere in the paper.
> We were unaware of this paper until we were recently sent a .pdf copy of it
> via email.
> The photo is definitely ours, it was taken using colour film, we have the
> original negatives, and it is still on our website. The only way of obtaining
> and using a copy would be to download the .jpg file from our website, so it is
> hard to see how it could have been confused with other material.
> Perhaps we were not clear in our original post about the advice we needed.
> What we wanted to know was a) is there an accepted procedure for dealing
> with copyright problems like this in academic publishing, and b) the usual
> remedies accepted as reasonable in these cases.
> We would have liked to have this info BEFORE we contacted the authors,
> but as Adam (one of the authors) has already contacted us after seeing this
> thread, it looks a little late for this.
> Maggie & Keith Davison