Copyright and Licensing

As an open knowledge project priority is on making this content available to everyone and anyone — in whatever way they can use it — including commercially — and to ensure that any change or alternation or improvement is available to everyone else as well.

Therefore, except where otherwise noted, the published content is copyright 2020 Rob Muhlestein and licensed to all under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. This includes the code included in any part of the content. No warranty of any kind is provided with that code since it is simply a part of the written content.

If you need to create a PDF of any specific page the printed copyright at the bottom of each page should fulfill these requirements if unaltered.

This means you are free to do the following:

So long as you do the following:

“All Rights Reserved” is Defunct

Did you know you have not needed to put all rights reserved on anything for several years now?

The words have “no legal significance” according to Ius mentis and originated because of an obscure treaty called the Buenos Aires Copyright Convention which has been superseded by the Berne Convention.

So to all those out there who still think you need them, you don’t.


The following — and their equal with inverted colors — are trademarks of Rob Muhlestein: