I wasn't even at the conference (sigh), but I'm surprised that no-one
has mentioned that *electronically* signed (encrypted) forms have been
formally recognized and legalized for some time (and typed text email
has not). Surely one of the wizards in the group knows the mechanics of
the process (PKI). I've used it too rarely to be an instructor myself.
Edward Corrado wrote:
> Since I have all of the print ones from code4lib, it probably makes sense
> to send them to me. However, I'll leave it up to someone else to determine
> if electronic is sufficient.
>> And to whom do we snail mail it or is our typed name sufficient (and
>> attach it to an email)?
>> On 3/8/07, Roy Tennant <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> On 3/8/07 9:21 AM, "Binkley, Peter" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>> Or just ask the speakers to download, sign and send in a new form?
>>> To support this, I've put a new release form up at the bottom of this
>>> That does not specify where on the web the materials might appear.