hey. So I have this blog (http://soysilk.blogs.com/knitting_with_jenny/
), and I posted my version of the ubiquitous panta pattern to which I made several changes, and now I have this comment on my blog from this lady who's all... well, I'll quote.
"Just to let you know that the "PANTA" is a Garn Studio pattern.
You might want to re-think taking credit for a pattern made by another company and posting it on your site as your own, and really, have some dignity, don't be a HACK!
I have emailed them to let them know what you have done here. Good luck with them intelectual property laws! I for one am EXTREMELY disappointed in Jenny!"
Does anybody know the law in this case? I am not selling this pattern, and I thought I was pretty clear that it wasn't even my original pattern, and I made changes to it. Should I take it down? Am I just freaking out in the face of a troll? Does this lady have a point? Also, she didn't spell intellectual right. I'm calling that ironic.