- ... be ... Really? Maybe I *could* be a Doc Monkey after all!!!! :D -BryanMessage 1 of 8 , Dec 2, 2002View Source--- In pcgen@y..., Michael Tucker <mtucker@e...> wrote:
> > Comments noted. I've modified the blurbs in the welcome file tobe
> > like this.... does this seem more clear?Really? Maybe I *could* be a Doc Monkey after all!!!! :D
> > [sample snipped]
> > Thanks.
> > -Bryan
> Your changes and additions are wonderful. Thanks!
- ... You might want to include the WotC link instead, as that s the official site. Paul W. KingMessage 2 of 8 , Dec 2, 2002View Source
> The Open Gaming License (OGL) can be found at:You might want to include the WotC link instead, as that's the
Paul W. King
- ... ... ... Shouldn t it be System Reference Document instead? Later, Hugo LST Gibbon stuck in the body of Saguinus ImperatorMessage 3 of 8 , Dec 2, 2002View Source
--- In pcgen@y..., "merton_monk" <merton_monk@y...> wrote:
> For a description of how the OGL and D20 licenses work, and a
> definition of the "Standard Resource Document" (aka SRD) visit:
Shouldn't it be "System Reference Document" instead?
LST Gibbon stuck in the body of Saguinus Imperator
- Might be useful to define Splatbooks as well.. from just perusing the lists here I can figure out what they are, but for someone who just joined the groupsMessage 4 of 8 , Dec 2, 2002View SourceMight be useful to define "Splatbooks" as well.. from just perusing the
lists here I can figure out what they are, but for someone who just joined
the groups and gets the message...well, it might confuse them.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Tucker" <mtucker@...>
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 11:10 AM
Subject: RE: [pcgen] File - Welcome [BRYAN]
> Hi, Bryan et al:
> In the Welcome file, could you please add brief definitions for:
> - OGL
> - D20
> - SRD
> D20 might be intuitively obvious, but OGL and SRD are just random letters
> unless you happen to know what they mean. And they are, of course,
> *critical* (especially SRD) to understanding why certain material isn't
> available yet, thus cutting down on the noise on this board.
> > Is PCGen OGL or D20?
> > As of version 4.0.0, PCGen is OGL and D20 compliant. We are
> > in regular contact with Wizards of the Coast to make sure we
> > stay that way.
> > Where is Wotc's non-SRD material?
> > [snip]
> PCGen's release site: http://pcgen.sourceforge.net
> PCGen's FAQ: http://pedertest.officeline.no/PCGen
> PCGen's alpha build: http://rpg.plambert.net/pcgen
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