Re: [pcgen] From the Board of Directors: PCGen and the Paizo Community Use Policy
- Hi Tir,
> >> Where in the Community Use Policy do we have to attach it to eachMy previous statement about including the disclaimer with each LST
> >> object?
> > No where. Looking into the issue further this was my
> > misinterptrataion of how PCGen handled things. As it stands, using
> > the INFOTEXT tag will suffice for what we need.
> > Sorry for the misunderstanding on my part.
> Do we need it on the OS sheets when using Paizo's stuff? We could
> probably have a trigger based on each source defining a var "ISPAIZO"
> or something, checking on the OS sheets, and displaying the required
> text on the OS....
object was based partly on the hour last night when I made the post,
the long hours I've been working lately, and as I said before, a
misunderstanding on my part in how we identified PI. After reviewing
the correspondences I have had with publishers as they relate to our
current practices, I realized that I had too tight of an
interpretation. It certainly would clearly identify which material is
PI, but no publishers I have communicated with have explicitly asked
for that level of identification.
> Character sheet is a form, and is something that is passed around. IHmmm, that is an interesting point. One that we may need to look into.
> don't think we need it in the data, but from the reading, we might
> need it on the Output sheets.
~ Eric C Smith (Maredudd)
~ PR Silverback, PCGen Board of Directors
~ Documentation 2nd, Data Tamarin
~ PL Chimp, OGL Gibbon
~ Tracker Gibbon
~ Tenacious Monkey
~ Face melioram personam