Grondorr 38 Member · Posted November 4, 2019 Share Posted November 4, 2019 So, considering what happened to NintendoAge, and how people have felt about everything that was taken away, I think that if it hasn't already been addressed publically, we should talk about who owns VGS and the VGS content. (I'm sure we don't want to pour our hearts and souls into a new site, only to have someone's life circumstances change, and accept an offer that they can't refuse.) I'm wondering if it makes sense to have some soft of nonprofit/community/coop ownership of the site, and have the content be licensed using licenses similar to Wikipedia (Creative Commons)? Thoughts? (Apologies if this has already been addressed, but I didn't find anything in the announcements other than a general pledge of non-affiliation with certain entities.) P.S. - I think it was insane what happened. (Old ColdFusion could have been supported indefinitely by third party support companies.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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