Wednesday, 25 July 2012


I have grown used to history being described as fluff.

But I was a little taken aback to notice it being called Open Source.

No doubt the latter day Robin Hood's of the internet think it is, but the numerous film makers, authors, artists and historians that provide the fluff would disagree that they have in anyway waived the rights to their intellectual property.

Which raises an interesting question.

What if Henschel, or Porsche, or Vickers, or Chrysler, sought to enforce their copyright and trademarks and force the makers of miniatures to license representation of their models?


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