jbbourgoin a écrit : ↑jeu. janv. 19, 2023 3:10 pm Merci pour ce partage.
Une citation de la section centrale de l'article :
The mostly overlooked takeaway from OGL v1.1 is that it only covers static electronic files. That is, content that can not be altered in any way, and content that is in transferrable file form. No websites. Even if you’re putting up a single static web page, if it’s got text from a 5e book it’s illegal.
Creating a form fillable PDF? Not allowed. Building your own 5e character manager? Illegal. A 5e compendium? Do not pass go, do not collect $200 (ironically also a reference to a Hasbro product). Nothing that is both digital and interactive can be published without a special ‘custom agreement’ with WotC.
Mais si c'est non monétaire ça tombe sous la Fan Content Agreement machin truc, non ?