Difference between revisions of "Talk:Ami's Song"

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(Sadly, quite right.)
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:Indeed, quite right. Alex, do you know the original author and/or can you contact him for permission? If not, this will quite sadly have to be removed (it's an old favorite of mine too so I don't say that with any eagerness, sigh). If it's up somewhere else on the 'net feel free to put external links to it anywhere on Shifti that they might reasonably go, links are fine. But we can't copy without permission. [[User:Bryan|Bryan]] 05:58, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
 
:Indeed, quite right. Alex, do you know the original author and/or can you contact him for permission? If not, this will quite sadly have to be removed (it's an old favorite of mine too so I don't say that with any eagerness, sigh). If it's up somewhere else on the 'net feel free to put external links to it anywhere on Shifti that they might reasonably go, links are fine. But we can't copy without permission. [[User:Bryan|Bryan]] 05:58, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
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::Putting a link on the Xanadu category page would make a lot of sense; that way people interested in the setting would still find the story. [[User:Phaedrus|Phaedrus]] 06:03, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

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I hate to be That Guy, but since the original poster said "I don't own this, wish I did", shouldn't it be removed per Shifti:Copyrights? Phaedrus 05:30, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

Indeed, quite right. Alex, do you know the original author and/or can you contact him for permission? If not, this will quite sadly have to be removed (it's an old favorite of mine too so I don't say that with any eagerness, sigh). If it's up somewhere else on the 'net feel free to put external links to it anywhere on Shifti that they might reasonably go, links are fine. But we can't copy without permission. Bryan 05:58, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
Putting a link on the Xanadu category page would make a lot of sense; that way people interested in the setting would still find the story. Phaedrus 06:03, 3 September 2009 (UTC)