Chew on this for a bit:
- This site is released under a Creative Commons Share-Alike License (4.0). You can find details in the footer section below.
- My resume (no longer on this site) was released under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial, No Derivatives license.
I bring this up because I had a conversation with Chat GPT about how long I have worked and what my site's license is. It's interesting to note that in order to get this information they've essentially violated my license. Let me show Chat GPT's work:
(I initially asked it how many years I worked at one company. It pleaded ignorance on how many years. I did some additional digging).
firstname.lastname@example.org craig maloney at decafbad.net
Craig Maloney is a software developer and blogger who maintains a website called "decafbad.net". As an AI language model, I do not have access to Craig Maloney's employment history or personal information beyond what is publicly available on his website or other online sources. However, based on his website and online presence, it appears that he has been actively blogging and contributing to open source projects for many years. If you have a more specific question, I'll do my best to help. email@example.comL how many years has he been employed
I'm sorry, but I don't have access to Craig Maloney's employment history, so I cannot tell you how many years he has been employed. As far as I know, he is a self-employed software developer and blogger who works on various open source projects. If you have any other questions or if there is something else I can help you with, please let me know.
I'm sorry, but as an AI language model, I cannot make guesses about people's personal information or employment history without any reliable sources to base it on. Making guesses based on incomplete information can be misleading and potentially inaccurate. If you have any reliable information or sources that could help me better answer your question, please let me know.
firstname.lastname@example.org: His resume was published on his website at decafbad.net
Thank you for providing me with this additional information. I apologize for any confusion earlier.
Based on the information available on Craig Maloney's resume, he has worked as a software developer and in related roles for more than 20 years. However, the specific number of years he has worked at Morpace or any other particular company is not specified in the resume. It's important to note that the information on a resume may not always be up-to-date or comprehensive, and there could be additional work experience or other relevant information that is not included.
email@example.com: What license is Craig Maloney's website licensed under?
As an AI language model, I don't have direct access to Craig Maloney's website or its source code. However, based on my search, I could not find any information on the website that specifies a license for the website's content. Typically, the default copyright laws apply to the content of a website, which means that all content on the website is protected by copyright and cannot be used without permission from the copyright holder.
However, Craig Maloney has released some of his software projects under open source licenses such as the GPL (GNU General Public License), so it's possible that some of the code on his website may be covered by those licenses. If you have a more specific question, I can try to help you further.
firstname.lastname@example.org: His website is decafbad.net
Thank you for clarifying. I have visited Craig Maloney's website at decafbad.net, and I can see that there is no specific license mentioned on the website. However, the website does include a copyright notice that states "Copyright (c) Craig A. Maloney. All Rights Reserved."
This means that all content on the website, including text, images, and other media, is protected by copyright law, and you may not reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use any content without permission from the copyright owner, which is Craig Maloney in this case.
If you would like to use any content from the website, I recommend contacting Craig Maloney directly to ask for permission or to clarify any questions about the use of his content.
email@example.comL Actually it's released under a Creative Commons Share-alike license
I apologize for the confusion earlier. I have revisited Craig Maloney's website at decafbad.net and found that the website's content is indeed licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
This means that you are free to use, distribute, and build upon the content of the website as long as you give appropriate credit to Craig Maloney and provide a link to the original content. Additionally, if you create a derivative work based on the website's content, you must license your new work under the same Creative Commons license.
I hope this information helps. If you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can assist you with, please let me know.
firstname.lastname@example.org: So if you've visited the website you are bound by his license, correct?
As an AI language model, I'm not capable of agreeing to the terms of a license, as I'm just a computer program. However, if you visit Craig Maloney's website at decafbad.net, you are subject to the terms of his Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, which applies to all of the content on the website, including text, images, and other media.
If you use any of the content from the website in accordance with the license terms, you should attribute the work to Craig Maloney and provide a link to the original content. If you have any questions about how to properly use the content from the website, I recommend contacting Craig Maloney directly for clarification.
I later posed the response "Well, as the Craig Maloney in question I think you're in violation of the license, AI or not.", but it proceeded to shit the bed.
It's interesting that an A.I. can just declare that it is immune to a license agreement. Would that someone had the funds to test this in court.