Define "license". He can license his work as GPLv2, yes, but since he can break the contract at any time, it's not very binding, and thus can't be distributed with Warzone, since Warzone's GPLv2 is a regular binding contract.TVR wrote:Does everyone here really believe that MetalWarrior95 (circa 1995) can't license his own work as GPL V2?
That's also assuming his work is creative. As far as I know, translation isn't a creative work, and thus isn't subject to copyright, so it's just his maps and stuff we have to worry about.
School work and presentations generally don't have any explicit license - schools just generally use them as they wish. Wonderful thing about common law - some things you never know if they're legal or not until after there's a lawsuit.TVR wrote:It's absurd, of course he can license it, just like he does for all his school work and presentations.