In your reply to another message on this list, you stated FASA has no intention of publishing in english the Gear and weapon list from the German language edition of the Germany Source Book. Assuming this is an accurate statement, would FASA object if one of the German speaking list members posted a English translation on the list or put it out as a HTML file posted to one of the archival web sites? And assuming that there is no objection would there be any legal hoops for them to jump through?
As you may have gathered from these question I am interested in this gear list. But unfortunatly my German is to poor (almost non-existant through lack of use) to do the translating my self. Then there is the problem of getting the German Langauge version in the United States. I think that there would be others interested in at least seeing the list.
Thank you for your consideration on this matter.
Assuming That FASA agrees are any of you interested in doing all or part of the translation?
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On 24 Jan 97 at 2:19, Arno R. Lehmann wrote: > >German Speakers > >Assuming That FASA agrees are any of you interested in doing all or > >part of the translation?
> I'd be willing to do part of the translation. Yup, same with me.
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