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The SMF copyright displayed at the bottom of every SMF [[Forum]] is there for a reason. You are NOT allowed to modify the copyright notice in any way, shape, or form. An example of an SMF copyright is:
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The SMF copyright displayed at the bottom of every SMF Forum is there for a reason. It MUST remain there, and forum administrators are NOT allowed to remove it for any reason, whatsoever. An example of a SMF copyright is:
  
&#13;<a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" title="Simple Machines Forum">Powered by SMF 1.1.5</a> | <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/about/copyright.php" title="Free Forum Software">SMF &#169; 2006&#8211;2008, Simple Machines LLC</a>&#13;
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Powered by SMF 2.0 RC3 - Revision 9824 | SMF © 2006–2010, Simple Machines LLC
  
 
The SMF license states:
 
The SMF license states:
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a. A Modification must not alter or remove any copyright notices in the Software or Package, generated or otherwise.
 
a. A Modification must not alter or remove any copyright notices in the Software or Package, generated or otherwise.
  
Failure to comply will result in a reminder, then an official warning, followed by legal actions.
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Failure to comply will result in a reminder, then an official warning, followed by legal actions.
 
 
For information on the copyright, click on the second part of the copyright or just go to http://www.simplemachines.org/about/copyright.php.
 

Revision as of 22:31, 12 June 2010

The SMF copyright displayed at the bottom of every SMF Forum is there for a reason. It MUST remain there, and forum administrators are NOT allowed to remove it for any reason, whatsoever. An example of a SMF copyright is:

Powered by SMF 2.0 RC3 - Revision 9824 | SMF © 2006–2010, Simple Machines LLC

The SMF license states:

a. A Modification must not alter or remove any copyright notices in the Software or Package, generated or otherwise.

Failure to comply will result in a reminder, then an official warning, followed by legal actions.