On 10/31/07, Elliott C. Evans <eeyore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Ed M. wrote:
> This was written by Michael Barbieri (barbieri.michael@xxxxxxxxx);
> all I'm doing is providing hosting, with his permission. AFAIK, it
> complies with LL's official policy on software versions (and the
> download site includes links to the LL and Chrononauts official pages).
As far as I know, you are correct that the game doesn't violate the
policy, but whoa, the game resources contain scans of every card in
the deck. I don't think Looney Labs is going to come after you or
anything, but... whoa.
And, the site, while it has a link to Looney Labs, etc, does not mention that Chrononauts is a Looney Labs property. What you have is this:
Created by Michael Barbieri
Hosted here with permission"
What I would suggest is that you put in a line crediting Looney Labs and Andy Looney like this:
Chrononauts card game, copyright Andrew Looney of Looney Labs
PC/Java version Created by Michael Barbieri
Hosted here with permission of Michael Barbieri and in compliance with Looney Labs' electronic games policy."
At least have the credit to Andy on the page.
that's my tuppence
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