Public License Agreement dd. 20050912
The information on this website belongs to the
public and is free to use for public benefit.
To ensure this we invite you to co-operate with this concept and sign the conditional public license agreement. It makes you a member of the "Free Watermaker Project Community"
What does this mean?
You can use all information in the freewatermaker project for free.
All new methods will be considered public property, just like the invention of the wheel.
No patents will ever apply to the infomation ever!
You can build as many watermakers as you wish.
You can freely sell half your production.
The other half should be donated, shipped for free to the most needing community you can think of.
These donations will stay published on freewatermaker.org forever to inspire others.
If you improve the watermaker, or invent a new generation, you will share the new invention for free under the same conditional public license.
Military use of any information from the free watermaker project is not allowed.
Make water, no war.
Disclaimer and notes about patent rights and copy rights
A patent gives an inventor the right to set some conditions for industrial and commercial use of the invention. This right can be used for profit, or to frustrate the competition.
A US patent is the grant of a property right to the inventor, issued by the Patent and Trademark Office. The term of a new patent is usually 20 years from the date on which the application for the patent was filed in the United States. The right of a patent is the right to exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention in the United States. Basically, a patent gives the owner the right to a monopoly on the use and sell of the invention for a period of time.
As a member of the "free watermaker project community" you
should NOT claim patent rights.
Patent laws allow individuals and students to use public
information freely to build the invention for personal use, research
patents and idea banks
GNU copyleft inspiring free public license and free document license