Re: [pcgen] Re: Ryan Dancey Chat
- Mynex wrote on Thu Feb 28 17:27:18 2002:
>That was my third guess. The second involves something we're
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Keith Davies [mailto:kjdavies@...]
> > Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 6:29 PM
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> > Subject: Re: [pcgen] Re: Ryan Dancey Chat
> > Franco, Matthew E wrote on Thu Feb 28 15:12:41 2002:
> > >
> > > I don't understand where you get the time to do it all.
> > > Damn
> > Amphetamines. Only way I can think of.
> > Keith
> Nope. Lack of Sleep, Chronic Insomniac, & Masochism. ;D
not allowed to tell the ephemerals of this plane... erm, never
Logan: "I don't think it's a good idea."
Raven: "The vote is three to one against you -- me, the crystal ball,
and the little voices in your head."
- pjak wrote on Sat Mar 2 09:22:27 2002:
>I should hope so... it seems to be the most accurate.
> --- In pcgen@y..., Keith Davies <kjdavies@t...> wrote:
> > huh? Does this parse for anyone?
> Well, yes. I think he says that there are two 'factions' in Wotc on
> this. One that sees that all fan-created freeware is good publicity,
> and one that is more concerned about control (over IP, most likely.)
> Presumably (at least for now) the 'good publicity' faction decides
> over at wotc.
> > There is no *legal* reason why we can't implement the rules inyeah, well, there is that :/
> > under fair use.
> As long as we stay aware of the fact that what's allowed when IP
> comes into play depends entirely on who has hungriest attack-
Evil High Priest: "Leave now, if you value your skins."
Logan: "I'm all for it."