Yeah, I agree that is the danger of any license. But discounting the
sort of out-of-the-blue legal upset that could derail us all (and is
unlikely in the extreme), I guess all I'm trying to say is that
Prometheus is not particularly at risk above other d20srd-based works,
which was the original implication I was addressing.
On Thu, 2006-08-17 at 08:10 -0700, Steven Trustrum wrote:
> > I tend to believe that amongst all the various lawyers all of us have
> > spoken with, at least one of them would have raised the red flag if the
> > terms of the OGL were somehow dangerously mercurial or if there were
> > enforcement leeway on those terms that made them so.
> No matter how many lawyers one personally consults on the OGL (I've
> contacted two myself for different reasons), or how many speak up on lists
> such as this, I've learned there's still always a lawyer out there who
> brings up an entirely new way of looking at the license. Some are pretty
> outlandish and still, at this late date, continue to hold to the sort of
> paranoia not seen since the OGL's first days.
> Steven Trustrum
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