LTwiki-Wiki for LTspice:Terms of Service

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You are free to:

   Read and Print our articles and other media free of charge.
   Share and Reuse our articles and other media under free and open licenses.
   Contribute To and Edit our various sites or Projects.

Under the following conditions:

   Responsibility – You take responsibility for your edits (since we only host your content).
   Civility – You support a civil environment and do not harass other users.
   Lawful Behavior – You do not violate copyright or other laws.
   No Harm – You do not harm our technology infrastructure.
   Terms of Use and Policies – You adhere to the below Terms of Use and to the 
     applicable community policies when you visit our sites or participate in our communities.

With the understanding that:

You License Freely Your Contributions – you generally must license your contributions and edits to our sites or Projects under a free and open license (unless your contribution is in the public domain).

No Professional Advice – the content of articles and other projects is for informational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice.

You are welcome to join as a contributor, editor, or author, but you should follow the policies that governs LTwiki. Because we are dedicated to making content freely accessible to the public, we generally require that all content you contribute is available under a free license or in the public domain.

Please be aware that you are legally responsible for all of your contributions, edits, and re-use of LTwiki content under the laws of the United States of America and other applicable laws (which may include the laws where you live or where you view or edit content). This means it is important that you use caution when posting content. In light of this responsibility, we have some rules about what you cannot post, most of which is either for your own protection or for the protection of other users like yourself. Please keep in mind that the content we host is for general informational purposes only, so if you need expert advice for a particular question (such as medical, legal, or financial issues), you should seek the help of a licensed or qualified professional