babywhiz writes: We received this email today. We are not in a position to dig into recoding the whole site. Are there any good ColdFusion hosting sites left out there?
Dear (our name),
After careful consideration, we have decided to discontinue support for ColdFusion®. The product will officially remain available to Go Daddy customers for three months, until November 29, 2011. After that date, ColdFusion websites hosted by Go Daddy will not work.
We will not be removing customer content from the system — your files will remain safely in our hosting datacenter. Because your current hosting account offers additional languages (PHP on Linux and Windows plans, and.NET on Windows plans), we hope you will find an alternative to your current ColdFusion implementation. Additionally, Deluxe and Ultimate plans offer Ruby, Perl and Python as language options.
Should you decide to move your files, please review the following help articles: Moving Directories Using the FTP File Manager and Using the File Manager to Move Files Between Directories.
If you have further questions or concerns, contact our customer service department at 480-505-8877.
babywhiz writes: Let's say there is a 'type set' for a manual engraving machine that does not have a 'windows font' version. If we were to purchase the 'type set' hardware (aka all the individual letters that would be used in the engraving machine), and used that to create a digital version (aka a windows font), who owns the copyright for the Windows Font?
babywhiz writes: Where does the line get drawn on copyright claims?
I received this notice of Content ID matching on a video I uploaded 3 years ago to youtube. The thing of it is, I didn't add the music, I only recorded what was going on around me. How can I possibly be the person that is infringing?