2WS-Steve said:That's good news!
I hope that at least some of the better established publishers get the opportunity to release at Gencon, if only on a special license. I think seeing third party support at Gencon will help make the launch of 4e more successful.
Doesn't really say much I don't think - anyone else heard anything?
Orcus said:" The effective start date for sales of D&D 4E GSL publications will be October 1, 2008."
If they push GenCon to Oct 1...
Blacksway said:Doesn't really say much I don't think - anyone else heard anything?
The October 1st date applies to all 3PPs publishing under the D&D 4E GSL, including those that are getting early access.2WS-Steve said:Actually, that's what I was responding to. I was hoping that the 10/1 date was for the wide release, and they'd allow a few publishers from their early call list to get stuff out at Gencon.
It does mean that you can not produce the same product in different versions.amethal said:The GSL and the OGL are mutually exclusive.
I get that you can't use both in the same book.
However, does anyone know if that also means you can't produce the same product in different versions - one under the GSL and one under the OGL?
Mouseferatu said:And how few of them will step up and admit to it.
Psion said:Seriously, how many people were suggesting malice in the first place?
I imagine that anyone who has ever worked at a job in which there is legal wrangling or management shifts in direction understand how projects can get delayed.