[Scummvm-devel] File licensing issues

James 'Ender' Brown ender at scummvm.org
Fri Apr 7 22:27:03 CEST 2006

I don't have the e-mails relating to the cutscenes on-hand, but I cannot
recall any actual licencing terms from Revolution. Obviously, they are
not in the public domain either, but theres no explicit terms we can
just add to the archive.

I'm sure Tony would have no problem agreeing to put the media under the
same licence as the BASS/FOTAQ licence, although someone else should
probably approach him about as I'm heading interstate for a few weeks.

 - Ender

On Sat, 2006-04-08 at 01:57 +0200, Max Horn wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I just became aware of the fact that the various Sword* cutscene  
> files we have on SF.net come w/o any license information. This is  
> pretty bad. Worse, I actually have no idea *what* the license is, or  
> whether we even have one.
> I am afraid we must fix this by either (a) adding the corresponding  
> licensing information into the ZIP archives, or by (b) deleting the  
> files completely from the SF.net file servers.
> Obviously, (b) is a very sad alternative... So if somebody who is in  
> the knows on all the files could provide details on the licensing,  
> I'd be grateful so that we can settle this matter in a satisfactory  
> manner.

James 'Ender' Brown <ender at scummvm.org>

More information about the Scummvm-devel mailing list