[NTG-context] Printing ConTeXt books on Lulu? (Was: A new manual)

Geoffrey Alan Washburn geoffw at cis.upenn.edu
Wed Nov 1 20:07:16 CET 2006

Matthias Weber wrote:
> Not unless the copyright holders submit the material to Lulu.

	That wasn't my question.

> In short, Lulu.com is a print-on-demand publisher with no costs  
> involved for the
> author: He or she uploads a 'book', specifies bindings and his/her  
> royalties,
> and if someone purchases the book, it is printed and send to the person.
> A percentage o the royalties goes to Lulu. In particular, one can  
> choose to publish
> a book w/o royalties, then it will only cost the printing expenses.  
> Downloads just cost the
> royalties, if permitted. Finally, the author can choose among a range  
> of copyright options.

	That would be why I said "However, it would probably be best if the 
folks at PRAGMA ADE were to handle this to avoid some of the copyright 
issues, and they might as well be the ones receiving any profits from 
the sales."

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