Re: Mapping the C128

From: Raymond C. Bryan (
Date: 2003-12-03 05:00:37

Just my $.02 here from a bit different perspective - I have at least 
one copy of the book for sale here that I would hope to sell - but if 
you give out the information free then that undermines my ability to 
pursue my livelihood.  (as a Commodore and Amiga retailer).


>Marko Mäkelä wrote:
>>Technically, it's illegal to distribute something in the public without the
>>copyright holder's permission.
>I'm fully aware of what the copyright laws have to say about this :-)
>Groepaz wrote:
>you forgot to add though that in case of c64 stuff really "noone gives a damn"
>That's why I posted the question here. The risk of getting into 
>trouble for publishing material like this is probably minimal. Case 
>in point: all the copyrighted material (some of it from Compute!) 
>over at Project64. I've never heard of any problems there, and 
>they've been at it for years.
>But still, I think the right thing to do is to wait until I hear 
>from the author. If I don't hear from him in a reasonable amount of 
>time I feel free to conclude that he doesn't care and publish it 
>just the same.
>/Niklas Ramsberg
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