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To: Marco Tarini <tarini@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: freeciv@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Freeciv] Re: New CivII-like tileset ready!
From: Raimar Falke <hawk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 22:11:07 +0200
Reply-to: rf13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 09:57:15PM +0200, Marco Tarini wrote:
> So, I've made that "exactly like civII" tileset. I started with the
> result of the script of Lino Mastrodomenico and than reedited/added
> images and specification files until it was nice enough and working
> with the latest (.12) version.

> I'm not sure how that file can be added to the list of freeciv files
> on freeciv website (for the copyright problem).  While I'm quite
> sure that, in practical term, there would not be any problem, and I
> would like to let anyone use my new tilespec, I undestand that the
> freeciv website follows a (safer? wiser? more strict?) politic. If
> that is ok, for me it would be fine to provide a small place in the
> web, with a page sayng "Do you have the right to download
> copyrighted civII graphics? [yes I do / no, thanks]" or something
> like that, and to let the tileset file download only if you declare
> that you do.  That way the file would be outside the freeciv
> website, which would just need to link to the aforesaid page from
> its "download" page.

One possible solution of this is that you upgrade/change the script or
create a new one which together with the Civ2 CD can be used to
recreate the content of your civ2gfx file.


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