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Author Topic: Question (materials posted elsewhere) and my first article (Richard J Plant)  (Read 39 times)

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Offline Curtis JJ

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I've just added my first article, a biography of Richard J Plant (1928-2020), AKA "the Reverend of Numismatics" --

A question. I assume the answer is "Yes," but is this Okay:

I excerpted and edited the Numiswiki article from my own blog post that I've already "published" on my website (my original post [LINK] was from 24 Sep 2022). Is that okay? I didn't share my website or anything on Numiswiki, but thought I might include a footnote on my blogpost that I cross-posted it as a Numiswiki article, just so no one would think Numiswiki was plagiarizing from random blogs.

If it's okay, I have written my own "provenance glossary" (Rambach's term) with ~150 author/collector entries, consisting of biographies, bibliographies, and/or collection histories. Many of them already have Numiswiki articles, and others aren't interesting enough for one, but some are notable enough for a page but don't have one yet.

(It was research for my own collection, but I'd hoped I would also be able to share it with anyone who might find it useful.)

Offline Virgil H

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I can't imagine this would not be OK, especially since you are copyright holder for the material. We all appreciate your efforts here.



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