- ... Let me answer in a more generalized sense. Yes, by contributing OGC, the contributor grants you (per S4 of the OGL (Message 1 of 32 , Dec 1, 2003View Source
> So there is no problem with me getting a group of people togetherLet me answer in a more generalized sense. Yes, by contributing OGC,
> and writing up the AU LST files and distributing them?
the contributor grants you (per S4 of the OGL (
http://www.wizards.com/d20/files/OGLv1.0a.rtf )) the right to do
pretty much whatever you want with said OGC, as long as you,
yourself, comply with the OGL. This means that you need to know what
items are completely closed or PI before distributing it yourself.
Now, it is considered courtesty, not a requirement, to contact the
contributor first *before* you do anything publicly (redistribute,
derive, etc.) with the OGC the created.
Paul W. King
OGL SB and BoD
- ... I dunno. It sounds like you ve got a dihydrogen monoxide (http://www.dhmo.org) dependency; that could be a challenge. Keith -- Keith DaviesMessage 32 of 32 , Dec 3, 2003View SourceOn Wed, Dec 03, 2003 at 02:48:13PM -0500, Charbeneau, Chuck wrote:
>I dunno. It sounds like you've got a dihydrogen monoxide
> I can stop drinking (alcohol, Caffeine, whatever...) anytime I want.
(http://www.dhmo.org) dependency; that could be a challenge.
Keith Davies "Your ability to bang your head against
keith.davies@... reality in the hope that reality will
crack first is impressive, but futile"
-- Geoffrey Brent, rec.games.frp.dnd