EUROFLY 1 – Licence

Copyright Štefan Kiss 2016

 

The programme Eurofly was programmed by Štefan Kiss in 2016 as an entertainment and educational application for the visually impaired.

 

Eurofly as a whole is the intellectual property of its author.

 

This programme is freeware and therefore it can be used free of charge and spread freely as a whole exclusively without any claim to reward.

 

If you are going to spread the Eurofly programme, you always have to distribute it as a whole, this means together with this file on license conditions and with all the documentation.

 

The author of this programme declares herewith that he is no creator of completely all components this programme contains – above all music and sound files, and therefore he claims no intellectual property for these components. However, he is the author of this programme and so he is the author of how each component is processed and used. This altogether forms a new work – the programme Eurofly – which as a whole already is the intellectual property of its author. Therefore it is always inevitable to distribute this programme as a whole because even if music and sound records coming from other sources are used in this programme, the author is no owner of copyright for these works, and so within the respective licenses he is just entitled to use them in the programme Eurofly and not to spread copyright of their authors.

 

The geographical data come from the server www.geonames.org, which distributes them under the license Creative commons, which means that the data can be spread free of charge only if they contain their source – the server www.geonames.org. This includes that the author of the application Eurofly is not responsible for correctness of the geographical data; the responsibility is taken by the provider – the server www.geonames.org.

 

However, the way how the geographical data for the programme Eurofly are processed is the intellectual property of the author of the programme Eurofly and the author reserves the right to spread the geographical data in the secured way. Furthermore, any decompilation or decoding of data files or access to their content in any way outside the application Eurofly and spreading of data in this process is forbidden. This means that the license Creative commons allows you to use and spread only that geographical information you get from the programme Eurofly, and not through decompilation of its programme components.

 

The records with voices of dispatchers and stewardesses were made exclusively for the programme Eurofly. The records were made by Silvia Danielová, Johanka Fajtová, Jana Yngland Hrušková, Ingrid Richterová, Ráchel Skleničková, Oľga Vyskočilová, Vítek Jirásek, Štefan Kiss, Peter Nedorost and Ondrej Rosík. You are not allowed to spread these voices outside the programme Eurofly without consent of the respective persons.

 

The music used in the programme Eurofly comes from freeware sources. The exception is the song Konis Hupen (Germany). This song is commercial and cannot be spread outside the programme Eurofly without consent of its author. Within the programme Eurofly this song is used with a kind consent of its author Horst Konrader (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcRyjkYdDxM)

 

The license Creative commons includes the following musical works:

- Africa - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Akoko_Nante_Ensemble/Live_on_WFMUs_Transpacific_Sound_Paradise_Feb_6_2016/

- Bulgaria - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB-XnBXmxQY

- Hungary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWfdE5dlFLM

- Italy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRgi11PJH5A

- Spain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8Nqm3XSiL8

- Jugoslavia - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubIoey4tUJI

- France - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2uy7pA2DQE

- Israel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HYrOsjzILU

 

Within this license, if you are going to use any of the songs mentioned above, you have to indicate the respective source.

 

The source code components that concern cartographical calculations for motion of body on the Earths surface were developed exclusively for the programme Eurofly by Gary Darby from south-western Virginia.

 

While testing the programme Eurofly, no problems emerged on the tested devices. The author is not responsible for damage that can appear while using the programme Eurofly and no damages can be claimed from the author.