Posts Tagged ‘Creative commons’

Reader Submission: Kai’s Basic Tools

Our first reader submitted download!

Check out this PowerPoint created by Kai to help you build your own map using Dungeoneering’s tiles.

This is a great example of how to use the Creative Commons license. You all are free to build new stuff with it and share it with others for free.

If you have maps, tiles, or whatever you want to share, email me and let me know!

Download now: [download#114]

Creative Commons License

I just updated the FAQ with copyright info, since I seem to be getting a few inquiries of late. Not that I mind, I’m glad that people are interested and that people have the decency to email me asking permission.

I’ve been meaning to do the whole Creative Commons thing, but never did. Now I have. I’ve settled on the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

Translated: You can download it. You can share it (but keep my name attached). You can change it, but you must share your version. And above all else, you may not sell it!

There, that wasn’t so bad, now was it?