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The Dark Noodle wrote:Rev. Rowan Redbeard wrote:
Can you give me a link to the listing published on Facebook?
This is the profile that is publishing it
You will find one of their posts in the "Recent Posts by Others" section on The loose Canon page
Rev. Rowan Redbeard wrote:You can't publish someone else's intellectual property without their permission. And certainly not without a signed contract. Idiot!
Loose Canon wrote: No profit will be made from the sale of the Loose Canon Complete Second Edition until 12,900 copies are sold. The Loose Canon Complete Second Edition is a gift to the Pastafarian community from Aba Sababa, Alien Soda Jerk, Auntie Dee Dee, David D., Edd, Fini, Ham Nox, Ichiban Bach, Jeff, Paul, Pious Pirate, Platypus Enthusiast, Qwertyuiopasd, Roland Deschain, Snacky, Solipsy, St. Jason, Tristan and Eric Whitfield. In the event that 12,901 copies are sold the price will be reduced to $0.00 royalties. Mr. Whitfield looks forward to working with the Council of the Olive Garden when the authorized version is ready to go into print.
strozzascotte wrote:My advise is to ask every author to agree with a license like Creative Commons. It's easy to understand an well recognized internationally.
When we started the translation of the 1st edition in Italian, I asked what the legal situation was because translation is considered a derivated work. Please think also about translations before you decide what is the best solution.
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