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Hi, sorry to bother you about this, but would it be possible to clarify the license of your fire and blood textures, available at Quadropolis.us as CC0:
To the extent possible under law, FOO has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.
For more info, see <http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/>
I'm asking since I'm packaging Red Eclipse for the Linux distribution Debian, which are really picky about licensing ¬_¬ , and the problem is that "Public Domain, no copyright" is unfortunately not acknowledged everywhere, but CC0 has a backup "all-permissive copyright" for those cases, and hence it's more robust.
Either just acknowledging that it is OK for Red Eclipse (and everyone else) to use this content under the above CC0 waiver/license in a reply to this message, or changing the comment on the content page to something like the above, would be enough.
Would you be ok with this?
It would be very nice :)
Martin Erik Werner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sure i'm ok with that, use whatever license you need. (sorry for the late reply i don't check this page very often)
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