A while back I wrote a blog entry comparing various copyleft and permissive licenses and why I generally preferred the latter. In that article I explained how I felt copyleft could be useful, but felt that it was too far reaching. Since that time, I have done a lot of thinking, and I have come to a change of heart. Thus I am relicensing all of my content, as well as any future content I may create. I know this may inconvenience some people (all the better that I change earlier rather than later) but I truly feel that this is the best option for my work moving forward.
I have always been a proponent of the free exchange of ideas and information, supporting organizations like Creative Commons and the Open Source Initiative whenever possible. However, what most people don't know is that there are two distinct types of free content on the internet. The distinction between these two types is a crucial and ongoing argument over what it means exactly for content to be 'free'.
Making my own website, is something I have dreamed about for quite some time. Even as a kid, I thought it would be nice to have a place to showcase all my various ROM hacks and modules for games that had level editors. Now that I am making my own games from scratch, and trying to get more involved with the furry and artistic communities, I felt like the time was right to start making that website.