RE: Please make Moria free (was: Moria, as in the Author of)
Ok, I am working on getting the correct GPL statement put together so this
game on all the games based on it don't have any restrictions to
distribution. It was never my intention to make it hard to share, just to
make certain my name stayed with the game and future variants of it.
Sheesh, I should have gone into game design I guess. I had no idea people
were still playing these games. Did anyone ever add the Moria V5.0 new
features to the game? Liquids (pools, streams, lava, etc), orbs, and
recipes for building magic weapons? There were other things but that's the
stuff I remember off-hand.
In case you can't tell, I am no longer a part of the coding community. I
moved up the corporate chain to the point of all I do is design enterprise
systems; no one lets me touch code anymore.
Robert Alan Koeneke
From: Erik Schanze [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2005 12:15 PM
Cc: Clint Adams; Jeroen van Wolffelaar; Robert Koeneke; email@example.com;
Subject: Please make Moria free (was: Moria, as in the Author of)
Clint Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Do you think moria still has a place in Debian? Or do you gather it
> > might be better removed?
> A better question is whether Mr. Koeneke is willing to relicense his
> code under a free software license so that moria and angband and
> derivatives can finally be free.
That would be nice and increase the chance that anybody adopt the Debian
package, I think.
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