I agree with you, Tibor. A ruling by the SCA Corporate Editor is why my monthly Florilegium article can no longer be published in official SCA newsletters. They say it is a commercial enterprise. So it only appears on the kingdom and other mail lists, which are unofficial.
I like much of your field guide, although it is in many areas, East Kingdom specific. I like some of your comments to newcomers on how to handle things, like getting introduced to Royalty or Peers. Iíve seldom seen some of this elsewhere.
Iím still trying to figure out how to modify the formatting to fit within the current formatting restrictions of the Florilegium. Then I want to put it there. :-)
On Sep 25, 2014, at 8:14 PM, Mark Schuldenfrei <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 9/25/2014 3:21 PM, Rex Deaver wrote:
>> Tibor, official publications and web sites have to have a signed release
>> for content. And it has to be the release form the SCA legal department
>> vetted. Allison is Calontir webminister, so she can't use anything of
>> yours without getting that signed release.
> The SCA, it seems to me, does not know what it is talking about.
> I don't much feel like encouraging the insanity.
> Allison, do as you wish, with the solid assurance that I *do*
> know my rights under copyright law, and they aren't worth
> either diddly or squat in this case, and I wouldn't come
> after anyone for doing what I did for the East.
> Vivat Calontir, Humbug Corporate. :-)
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