Oh that's too kind by half -- thanks!!
On 01/10/14 21:34, Stuart A. Yeates wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 6:59 AM, Piotr Bański <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi Stuart,
>> Thanks for the information -- I was so lucky to look at this Wikipedia
>> article today. During the e-mail exchange on this topic, I used the fragment
>> of "Medea" in an article to be submitted, together with its TEI P5
>> conversion and a discussion of some little fragments.
>> Now I'm looking at a real case where I wouldn't be able to defend myself
>> against an accusation of plagiarizing Wikipedia, given that nearly the same
>> fragment appeared there. :-) Not a big issue, I can either change the
>> examples in the submission, or change the fragment cited in Wikipedia to
>> something else (the latter actually seems an easier move, because nearly any
>> other fragment is OK there).
> I've temporarily remove the example from the wikipedia article. Ping
> me when your article gets published and I'll adapt the example after
> the version in your article and cite it to establish precedent.