> I've been toying with the idea of adding a couple of Glorantha-
> related pages to my website, but am wondering if the Issaries fan
> policy is going to make it a bit of a pain to manage. Would it be
> true that, even assuming a license had been granted in the first
> place, every subsequent update to the website would need to be run
> by Issaries for vetting before posting to the site? The site would
> not be simple campaign writeups, but "campaign content" - myths,
> maps, rules variants, clan writeups, etc. All bog-standard "fanzine-
> level" (ie VERY amateur!) stuff, but this seems to be problematic
> now with the fan policy.
I've had absolutely no problem with Greg (Yes, my LightOfAction site hasn't
been updated recently, but that's because I haven't really painted or done
much wargaming, but the Engiziland page
(http://lightofaction.com/Engiziland/) is updated (just not recently because we haven't finied the current skirmish). And the Engiziland site is much like what you are envisioning.
You only need to link to the FPP from the home page, and that's it. Updates don't need to be run past Greg.
I think the FPP *did* slow things down, but not because of the policy itself, but because of the uproar and bad feelings it caused.
C'est par mon ordre et pour le bien de l'Etat que le porteur du pr�sent a fait ce qu'il a fait.
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