Re: public domain?
Seems to be.
In my previous reply I was actually assuming you had that info in
writing, not just an email. But this seems to be OK.
On 8/10/06, Miriam Ruiz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Upstream has agreed to add a license file to the tgz archive:
This program is totally free and public domain. Do what you want to do with
the source code. If you want, just give me some credits (Michel Louvet) if
port the game on another platform or use part of the source code.
WARNING : The graphics and sound of the games are copyrighted material.
are in .BMP or .WAV format so you can change them if you want to distribute
totally free game.
Of course, graphics and sounds will have to be replaced. I have artists
working on that. Will that license be OK in these terms?
(Please CC me, I'm not in the list)
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