Use Licenses

Material posted on this blog falls under several different categories:

I humbly request that anyone using work from this blog posted under either Creative Commons license notify me of such via email or a comment on the blog post in which that work appears. It'd be nice if you provide me a free PDF copy or a reasonable discount on your project, too, but these conditions are not enforceable under the Creative Commons license. I merely think it is a courteous consideration from one creative creator to another to do so.

Work that is marked as Copylefted is released under the GNU Free Public Document license and is copyright ©2002-2018 by Matthew W. Schmeer. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify those documents under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included here and serves to cover any and all copylefted work posted on this blog.

Any material that is not expressly marked as Open Game Content and/or Creative Commons Licensed and/or Copylefted shall be considered copyrighted material and is copyright (©) 2002-2018 by Matthew W. Schmeer and may not be reprinted or reproduced in any form without expressed written permission, except for brief quotations which hyperlink back to the original source material on this blog.

If you want to use anything on this blog that is not marked as Open Game Content or Creative Commons Licensed or Copylefted in any other endeavor (commercial or otherwise) please ask me for permission either via email or a comment on the post which you want to use. I am very amenable to granting permissions; usually you just have to ask—even if it's for a zine you are selling for a few bucks. I'll usually ask for a free copy of the work (usually a PDF is fine by me, too) in return.

This policy does not affect work already published under a previous license, works already in publication progress, or works published under separate arrangement.

The owner of this blog makes no copyright claim on external material linked to or from this site that is not under the control or direction of this blog's owner.

Commentators retain the copyright to their posts.

The views expressed on these web pages and in Rended Press publications are not those of Johnson County Community College. The editor's employment by JCCC is not to be construed as an endorsement by the college of Rended Press's content or artistic merit.