[META] Other People's Stories
Saxon.Brenton at uts.edu.au
Sun Aug 15 15:47:31 PDT 2010
On 5/Aug/2010 Andrew asked:
> I'm working on a website for my stories, and I'm in a bit of a quandary
> over the vrious Just Imagine Saxon Brenton's RACCies series. I'd like
> to put in a all the various chapters of the various series - my chapters
> in the original cascade don't make a lot of sense without context, and
> Just Imagine IV is deeply continuity-based - but I have no idea how to
> contact half the authors involved to ask permission. Would it be all
> right to archive it without such permission? Is there an alternative
> I should seek here?
and then on 14/Aug/2010 got out a metaphorical stick and poked:
> So... no ideas? ^^;
Well... The answer that Dvandom gave is the most sensible 'broad' answer.
With regards to the Just Imagine cascade, or indeed any cascade on RACC,
I would say that you have a lot of leeway in this. Simply put, the nature
of the story writing process for cascades means that the cascade is 'open'.
A cascade is expected and indeed *encouraged* to have multiple authors
picking up on what has gone before. Whether that 'openness' should carry
through as far as archiving is concerned is admittedly a somewhat different
matter. My guess is that most RACC writers would be more comfortable
having a collected cascade be put up in an archive than other writings
(especially other serious writings). So, while I may be wrong about this
I would say: yeah, sure, go ahead and put up the whole lot for context purposes.
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