No, I’ve just not encountered this sort of generosity before!
Adding to my incredulity is the fact that a while ago I was trying to create an animation involving Ben Weston’s ‘superbike’. The fact that it was created with POV-Ray (which is decidedly not an animation facility) soon killed the project.
So here I log in this morning and see an awesome bike, free for the taking to any and all, created with one of the best animation packages I’ve laid hands on…one has to blink eyes and pinch oneself to make sure it’s not a dream!
If I were you I would cover them under copyleft. You can use a Common Creative License or a Blender Artits License.
Why? It is not about anybody making big bussines with your Blends…
It is about protecting them against people like Luxuriousity dudes.
Did I say IMO before? Then IMHO
It would be interesting to create a repository of Blender works. I’m not talking about models but more or less finished scenes, each one with a sorf of “making off”, everyone covered under some kind of copyleft
You don’t mean to tell me that you’re releasing all this stuff completely free??
If Blender and Yafray are freely given to us, why does the stuff we produce with them is not free nor copylefted?