If you want to publish any part of this website elsewhere you’ll need written permission from me (you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org). Obviously, you can cite the text in your own work.
If you leave a comment you’re granting me a licence to publish it anywhere else with or without attribution.
Using Scherzo more than once and copying and distributing the template files
You can use Scherzo on one site in any way you like. If you want to use Scherzo to build more than one site, you’ll have to buy one licence per site.
You can take the template files (those that end in
.php) and use them however and wherever you like. If you want to use them to build a new WordPress theme for distribution or as basis for building client sites, that’s fine – you won’t have to buy a licence every time you employ the files.
However, you cannot copy or distribute the
style.css file. If you do use and redistribute the template files for a new theme or as a basis for building new sites, you will have to write your own
style.css file to go with them (or buy a new licence).
If you need any help with Scherzo and its licence drop me an email (email@example.com)
Blog publication details
I’ve been publishing this blog since 5 May 2008. Web texts don’t have a place of publication, of course, but the site is hosted in Denver, Colorado and it’s written in Ipswich, a medium sized town in East Anglia, England. To get a sense of this part of the world you might want to read W. G. Sebald (especially The Rings of Saturn), a German academic who worked at the University of East Anglia. (Actually, you should just read Sebald anyway.)
I use Windows 7 and, by preference, Ubuntu.