Mod Theft/ Mod Submissions

By BlackRook32 (Old) 18 years ago, last updated 6 years ago

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To "ALL" who submit Modifications to this site. We have made the [i]" Rules of Submission "[/i] very plain to you. If you are making a Modification of someone elses work, "YOU" must credit the person(s) who's works you are using. This includes anything you know you didn't make yourself. We are receiving Mods that are coming without any Readme files attached. Normally, I would let this slide when it's an "Original" Hardpoint or Retexture ect. But Submitting a Mod in your "OWN" name without crediting the Original Author(s) Constitutes "THEFT"!! The Following will be Banned from this Site for a period of (6) Months- * * ZordonXI * * [i]( MOD THIEF )[/i] [i] * ST: III Damaged Enterprise (Posted on the Site) * * MOD DELETED * *[/i] [i] * CG Sovereign Re-Texture Pack (Not Posted)[/i] This "Person" use Models and Hardpoint Weapons/SFX that were made by Wicked_Zombie & Zambie Zan without thier permission. For which they received "ABSOLUTELY NO CREDIT" for in this person's readme file. I've asked Zambie Zan to review the suspected works. Which lead me to this decision. So Submitting a Mod with a readme file just saying [i]" Made by ZordonXI "[/i] Is not going to cut it. This was not done once but "TWICE"! If you like someone's work to want to make a Mod out of it? Credit the People who put thier hard time and effort into something your taking for granted. Because this person sure didn't credit Wicked_Zombie, Zambie Zan or Chorondical Guy not for anything at all. From now on, Modifications "NOT" having or crediting the Original Author(s) will be "DELETED" from our Mainframe. We will expect to see the following when posting submitted files . . . 1.) Submitting Author's Name and Current Active E-Mail Address 2.) Credit Original Author(s) for the Work(s) that was not made by you "Originally" 3.) A "Discription" of what the Modification does. It is not the Site's Staff responsibiity to "TEST" your works. 4.) Follow the SDK License Agreement. Ex: " THIS MOD(S) WAS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED OR SUPPORTED BY Activision (C), TOTALLY GAMES OR PARAMOUNT PICTURES. . . ." This is Optional, but this protects you from a ugly "Law Suit" if your Mod, which you are proving to "Thousands" is a violation of the SDK Agreement. People, things like this "WASTES" everyone's time. Try to follow the rules above. Keep in Mind the Site Staff has been in the Bridge Commander Modding community since the Beginning. So we have practically seen it "ALL"!! And We will be "Watching". . . . -BR32

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