I remember the prerelease discussion we had. I
remember how Ryan sought our input. I remember how
many of the things we discussed directly impacted how
the licenses were formed and changed. I remember the
"gentleperson's agreement" and how it originated in an
email from Ryan to many of us on this list. The
analysis done of the various iterations of the d20
STL. Discussion of PI and OGC. This has been an
amazing list and an amazing resource.
I think we've behaved ourselves well. We've disagreed
and debated, opined and speculated. And in general we
have done so with professionalism and mutual respect.
Thanks to everyone who contributed. If I have done
anything to offend anyone, please forgive me. I hope
we all remain friends and our discussion can continue
in another forum.
And most of all, thanks to Ryan! A great caretaker of
D&D, and the reason for the open game movement.
> Well folks, they served us well and honorably, but
> the time has come to put
> the Open Gaming Foundation lists out to pasture.
> This is the final official
> message from the lists. They'll be shut down
> I have asked, and the ENWorld Team has graciously
> agreed, to move the OGF
> discussions to ENWorld.
> Two new forums have been created to mimic these
> lists. With 4E coming up,
> and WotC appearing to be planning to tinker with its
> licensing regimes, I
> suspect interest in these topics will revive. And I
> don't have the time to
> do list management and administration tasks. Rather
> than ignore the
> problem, I think proactively finding a more suitable
> host was the right way
> to go.
> Thanks to all who subscribed and participated. You
> are all the keys to the
> success of the Open Gaming Movement.
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