During November the most read posts have been the series on AS/NZS 5050 – the new Australian Standard for BCM. Overall there have been about 70 reads of those posts in total. It has been interesting to see the blog come up 20 times on search engines for AS/NZS 5050.
Unfortunately most of those readers did not leave a comment. I hope you got what you needed without joining the discussion.
The lesson came from only a single reader. As it happens the Senior Copyright Officer for SAI Global (who distribute Australian Standards) is a reader of the blog.Her name is Janis Hardy.
Ordinarily the more readers the better, but in this case Janis contacted me in her professional capacity. Not the kind of email you really want to receive!
Fortunately for me Janis was a very understanding Copyright Officer, and my company is currently a proud licensed user for this material. If anybody is interested you will note that the posts have been updated to include the copyright license notice.
So, if you are currently writing a blog, or thinking about starting. Make sure you are ‘au fait’ with all the aspects of copyright as it applies in your jurisdiction – or dont write about subjects of interest to the people who enforce copyright.
Thanks for the help setting things straight Janis.