RE: [pcgen] Re: [BoD Report]
> > My biggest concern with this is that this is where people areI suspect that's *exactly* what some of the posters on this subject *do*
> > seeing that grey line between PCGen and CMP.
> > We (PCGen) are not distributing something OGL that we could be
> > distributing for free and CMP is distributing that same content
> > for a fee.
> So what do you propose? That PCGen include something against the
> publishers wishes?
want. (and I'm *not* refering to any of the individuals who've recently
posted in the most civil and reasonable way about the subject) They see the
failure to do so as the overwhelmingly CMP-sympathetic BoD acting as
CMP's sop, pushing business their way. All the protestations of "making
nice with the publisher" and "good relations for the sake of future
cooperation" are just convenient excuses to feed the greedy "traitors to the
PCGen community" that make up CMP. It is, of course, CMP's master plan to
make *all* the sources included with PCGen into permissioned only sources,
so that CMP can charge for them, even though everybody already owns them and
should be able to get them for free anywhere they want in any form they
Please note: large portions of this note are in the form of sarcasm, an
obscure, oftimes misunderstood form of humor. For those who understand it,
no explanation is necessary, for those who don't, none is sufficient. I
sincerely apologize to those who don't understand it, but I shan't try to
explain. I also apologize to those who will be maligned by those who don't
- On 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