This thread serves for reporting copyright issues arisen with sentences submitted to the sentence collector tool. Please report any sentences that you can find came from a source licensed in any other way than CC-0 (public domain works) as a reply in here.
When reporting, please supply the “source” text of the specific sentences. It can be found when reviewing sentences, right below each individual sentence in a gray font.
Optionally, you can also provide a link to the actual source the sentences were copied from.
If you have a reason to suspect copyright-wise unproblematic sentences might also be present with the same “source” text, you can let us know and we will try to come up with something, otherwise, that is all you need done to have the issue resolved
Note: 2020-11-03 post updated to reflect changes to sentence collector. Original version is below.
When reporting, please supply at least:
- Name of the person who submitted the sentences.
- What was submitted as “source” for the sentences.
Optionally, you can submit also a link to the actual text the sentences were copied from.
How do I find the required information?
Currently, the easiest approach is to visit the following URL:
<languageCode> with the two-letter code of the language the sentences were submitted to. For example, https://kinto.mozvoice.org/v1/buckets/App/collections/Sentences_Meta_en/records or https://kinto.mozvoice.org/v1/buckets/App/collections/Sentences_Meta_cs/records. On that address, you should be presented with a JSON data of the sentences in the collection tool. Search in there for one of the sentences you suspect to be submitted against our copyright requirements, and you are interested for the
source fields of that sentence then. For example, in Firefox, when you are in the JSON view (selected using the bars at the top, also should be default after loading the page), expand the
data array (by clicking on the little triangle in front of it). Then, type long enough part of the sentence that you can remember into the
filter field just bellow the tabs at the top of the page. With a long enough part of the sentece types, you should see just one number bellow the “data” bellow. Remember that number, then delete everything in the
filter box again. Scroll down until you find the number that you remembered, then click on the little triangle next to it, and copy here what you find on the lines following the words
If you are for any reason unable to do all that, you can also just copy & paste a few of the sentences you suspect break our copyright policy in here and we will also manage