> * The emulator.
> * The ROMs.
> I am happy with the emulator. I think it's safer *not* to ship the ROMs
Eh? The ROMs are essential for all of the 8 bit machines and the wording
from Amstrad is that as long as you're not selling (which we're not),
then you have their blessing. It does get a bit fuzzy in that if you're
charging, as long as it's not for the ROMS, they're cool with it.
> And yet, I will defer to Spot's analysis, since he is the owner of the
> packaging guidelines. Spot, if you need me to get better legal advice, I
I'll hold off for now. I would appreciate it though if you could ask the
RH law-type-folks over the packaging of the ROMS. Remember, these ROMS
are not the same as a MAME or SNES ROM, but are (effectively) the OS of
(currently packaging fuse-utils-0.7.0)
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best and then make sure that you are. In my time at Liverpool we always
said we had the best two teams on Merseyside, Liverpool and Liverpool
Reserves." - Bill Shankly
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