>On 5/21/2015 11:41 AM, Clayton Neff wrote:
>> Yeah, having that resource removed from use makes things better.
>Better for some, worse for others.
>Certainly the authors of the songs deserve more credit than they
>were getting. The optimal solution would have been to add credit,
>rather than remove the resource.  But we can't make people do
>more work, and the site owner opted for less work.  Ce la vie.
>I have no skin in the game, having no ability to create
>good songs [1], but I can understand Mathurin's concern
>(and others) that their work was being essentially stolen
>when they stopped receiving credit for the work.
>Bards Dig Word Fame.
>	Tibor
>[1] I've done some lyrical substitution for a few songs for
>     another hobby, but none for the SCA.  It's a newly
>     discovered skill/talent for me.

It is also a step beyond just adding credit. It is also 
about permission, and beyond that respect. Had she asked
for permission first, I would have gladly given it, assuming 
she included the 10 pt statement. If she was going to
Add my name after the fact, that would not have been enough,
as she had already published without permission or attribution. 
Furthermore, she altered one of my songs (Fyrd Song)to put her
people in rather than the Fyrdmen that it celebrates. 

All of these things add up to a lack of respect. I will never
give her permission to republish or reprint my works. 

This is my choice. I know that I am a bit more guarded in my
granting of permission than most. I hope I am allowed this 
level of control of my work. 


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