(Latest revision as of 09/23/2016)
What is Book of Proofs?
Book of Proofs is a private initiative of the Provider with the goal of creating a comprehensive catalog of mathematics (thereafter "catalog") and presenting it free of charge for educational and informational purposes to the public.
You are allowed to:
- co-work within the catalog on a voluntary basis, i.e. post your own contributions, enhance existing contributions or comment on the contributions of other users under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (thereafter "CC BY-SA 3.0"),
- re-use the catalog, i.e. copy or distribute it and make it available to third parties, including commercial use, provided that you do this under the conditions of the CC BY-SA 3.0.
Please make sure that:
- your contributions and edits serve the goal of the catalog,
- you stay in a respectful interaction with other users,
- you act lawfully and responsibly while working within the catalog,
- you do not disclose your account password to other persons.
You are not allowed to:
- use any software or maleware manipulating the catalog or damaging the website.
- Book of Proofs and its catalog come with absolutely no warranty.
- Notwithstanding the visual inspections of the Provider, you are solely responsible for your contributions and edits and release the Provider and his agents from all claims raised by third parties against you in connection with this catalog.
By using this catalog, you consent to the following stated use of your personal data:
- Data provided by your browser are collected and stored, usually including your IP address of the accessing computer, the referrer URL, the type and version of the browser you are using, the operating system of your computer, system and the time of your access to the website. These data are deleted periodically subject to a statistical evaluation.
- If you decide to open a personal user account, you can decide whether and which personal data will be shown in your public user profile, and consent in using these data accordingly.
- Following the closure of your account, the Provider reserves the right to archive the personal information collected in the context of your user account for a period of 10 years to allow, if necessary, a clear assignment to the contributions and comments submitted by you.