Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
Using Material on QuakerQuaker:
If you use any of the quaker-dot-topic feeds in your own website then please be a good internet citizen and give a link back to QuakerQuaker (I shouldn't have to say this but apparently I do--Yesh!) The system is built in a spirit of openness and trust and very consciously uses services that are publicly accessible.
I've always known that the feeds could be republished without attribution (stolen feeds is a growing problem for all blogs) but I've been relying on the spirit of let's-build-this-together that's been at the heart of the Quaker blogosphere and which should be at the heart of the Quaker movement. It is so not cool to pull the feeds and pawn it off as your own work.
Last updated by Martin Kelley 10th month 19, 2009.