Permissive

Permissive works can be shared both in original form and after being adapted, though with some conditions.

Public domain works are very permissive, since there are no copyright restrictions on their use. They are not listed here, however.

Another term for permissive is 'copyfree'.

Openness: Libre

Works

  • Slacking through the SandboxHow to put together a slacker's sandbox.
  • Sneaky Cards'Sneaky Cards is designed to encourage, inspire, or facilitate playful interactions. Breaking up the tedium of everyday life, with small entertaining objectives. Each card is created to be unique and develop different kinds of play.'
  • So Now You're a Time TravelerA 'simple little two page hack of Cthulhu Dark made to run a stropped down time travel game comparable to Continuum.'
  • Spectrum of RightsA cute explanation of how Creative Commons licences work
  • Standard Method for Tasks Resolution in Role-Playing Games"This work is a very simple method for the task resolution during RPG sessions."
  • SteampunkfittersA roleplaying game that celebrates the sense of possibility in the Victorian era.
  • Sufficiently Advanced TechnologiesA 16-player LARP inspired by Doctor Who.
  • suicidegirlsContent from their Flickr stream.
  • Super Repo'It’s a comedic superhero game, wherein you play people with superpowers who chose to work a mundane job rather than fight crime.'
  • Sweet20Bringing indie sensibilities to the d20 System.
  • Syria DeeplyNews on the conflict in Syria.
  • TagesschriftA simple font designed in two days.
  • Take on Establishments'[A] collection of physical establishments and locations, brief descriptions (sights, sounds, smells), an NPC, and corresponding moves for Dungeon World.'
  • Take on Magic Items'"Take On Magic Items" is a collection of magic items for Dungeon World, though a clever game master could easily translate these items into the fantasy system of choice, especially systems that encourage rulings not rules.'
  • Tannenberg 4'Tannenberg 4 is a wargame about the Russian offensive into East Prussia 1914, later known as The Battle of Tannenberg.'
  • Teaching Copyright'EFF's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way.'
  • Tears of SteelThe results of the Blender Foundation's Mango Project: a sci-fi romance.
  • Tears of Steel (Chinese)A remake of Blender's Tears of Steel
  • TelgrathiaA fantasy game based on Blackjack.
  • The Camera Collection"A collection of 100 pixelated camera illustrations for anybody to download and use in whatever way they see fit."
  • The Carnival of DreamsA Swords Without Master adventure.
  • The Classic Short Story, 1870-1925: Theory Of A Genre'In this challenging and far-reaching study, Goyet looks at classic short stories in the context in which they were read at the time: cheap newspapers and higher-end periodicals.'
  • The Devil, John Moulton'The Devil, John Moulton is a game about demon summoning outlaws in the American old west.'
  • The Digital Public Domain"[T]he authors argue that the Public Domain — that is, the informational works owned by all of us, be that literature, music, the output of scientific research, educational material or public sector information — is fundamental to a healthy society."
  • The GAME SystemThe Generic Action Mediation System is designed to give players flexibility in the powers they design.
  • The Later Blue Book of Amaxathroth the CursedA Sorcerer supplement.
  • The Libre Labyrinth"Navigating the Maze of Free and NonFree Licenses"
  • The Logic of Tales & DreamsOnce upon a time, there was a writer who wrote a story game that doesn't exist. This is that game.
  • The New Birthday Song Contest'WFMU and the Free Music Archive challenged songwriters everywhere to unseat “Happy Birthday to You” from it’s cultural throne by composing possible replacements. Here are the winners.'
  • The Open Book'The Open Book is a crowdsourced publication that introduces the global movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping to build it today.'
  • The OpenPhoto ProjectCloud-based storage for your photos on other sites.
  • The PlantA solo RPG where you play someone crawling around the innards of a power plant.
  • The Power of OpenA book from Creative Commons about how those licences have been used in various projects.
  • The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts"This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and feeling."
  • The Social Media Reader'Culling a broad range and incorporating different styles of scholarship from foundational pieces and published articles to unpublished pieces, journalistic accounts, personal narratives from blogs, and whitepapers, The Social Media Reader promises to be an essential text, with contributions from Lawrence Lessig, Henry Jenkins, Clay Shirky, Tim O'Reilly, Chris Anderson, Yochai Benkler, danah boyd, and Fred von Loehmann, to name a few.'
  • Those Funny Funguloids!'Never before has collecting mushrooms been this mildly entertaining. At least not in outer space.'
  • TorBrowse the Internet anonymously.
  • Triangle WikiA wiki about the Triangle Region.
  • Trolling Effects'Trolling Effects is a resource for those who have been targeted by patent trolls.'
  • TubeA movie, still in production.
  • Twenty One Turn HeroA curious one-page RPG where you face off against dragons and sorcerers.
  • Twisted SpaceAn encounter for the RPG Dungeons & Dragons 4E.
  • Understanding Changes in Poverty"Understanding Changes in Poverty brings together different methods to decompose the contributions to poverty reduction."
  • Unsung Tales'Unsung Tales is a card-based roleplaying game, in which you and your friends will work together to tell stories of mystery and adventure in a Sword and Sorcery world.'
  • White House Honey AleBeer brewed on the White House grounds.
  • Why Open Education MattersA contest where people were asked to 'Create a short video that explains the benefits and promise of Open Educational Resources for teachers, students and schools everywhere.'
  • Why the Heck Should I Care about the TPP?What it says.
  • Wide StanceA game about repressed homosexuality, written in five minutes.
  • Wordplay BasicsA straightforward narrative role-playing game.
  • Wushu OpenA game where detailed narration affects your chances of success.

Sources

  • Wikinews"The Wikinews project is a free content news source of the Wikimedia Foundation that seeks to provide content, free of charge, where everyone is invited to contribute reports about events large and small, either from direct experience, or summarized from elsewhere."
  • Wikipedia List of Game EnginesA list of game engines on Wikipedia.
  • Wiley Open AccessA variety of journals published by Wiley.
  • World Bank Open Knowledge Repository"The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products."
  • YanoneA young German jack-of-all-trades.
  • YouTubeA video site.
  • zero-projectA collection of musical compositions, audiobooks and songs.
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