Pete AU said:I find the most annoying thing is when you buy a new journal (eg journal 5) and find lengthy discussions about 'great scenarios' that are out of print - they could at least include the scenarios in the journal for the $$$$ you pay.
If someone still has the copyright, why not simply ask them for the right to copy the scenario?dgdimick said:...you have broken the copyright owned by AH. Under this law as I understand you would be able to copy what I needed and send it to me.
And isn't this exactly the way the system is supposed to work? Work X is "abandoned" by Company X but Company Y has a motive (profit or otherwise) to publish Work X so they acquire the rights.If MMP had not been started I think ASL would have died a slow death since there would be no way for anyone to step in and make copies of the RB to sell/give to others.