Talk:Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit

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Howdy All, I'd like to add some new material on classification of VMS deposits. My colleagues and I have researched this deposit type extensively and I have a lot of stuff that can cut and paste with references, etc. OK? (rockguy 20:20, 26 May 2007 (UTC))

Go wild. Though...cut and paste would refferably be "emulate and paraphrase" so as not to offend the copyright rules.Rolinator 01:05, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

Just to clarify: a simple "cut and paste" is fine if you have the right to license the text under the GFDL, e.g. if you alone hold the copyright, which is probably not automatically true if you wrote it for work or together with others. You would probably then need their consent, or your employer's, to use the original text verbatim. -- Avenue 03:16, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

Hi Folks, it is mine and is all public domain, but I'll rephrase accordingly...Good reminder, nonetheless....Cheers. (rockguy 15:00, 27 May 2007 (UTC))