- Your use of material on this website
- Our use of material owned by others
- Personal information
- Who makes the content?
- How do I get a login?
- Who else might have a login?
- Disclaimer: not a corporate publication of the SCA
- Who to contact if you have any concerns
Re-using material from this website
Current copyright policy
Individual contributors own the copyright to the material they contribute to the website. Assume that all rights are reserved (unless there's an explicit statement to the contrary on a given page) but that reasonable requests to re-use material are likely to be successful, in almost every case.
If you wish to re-use any content, please contact the webwright (David Robb, firstname.lastname@example.org). In most cases, the webwright will be able to put you in touch with the person who created the section you are interested in, and whose permission you should ask.
We are in the process of drafting a more permissive policy for re-use: site-wide use of a Creative Commons license. Updates will appear here, as we reach decisions.
If you have contributed content to the site in the past: you will be consulted, and your permission sought, before widespread persmission to re-use your work is granted. No rights will be given away without your consent.
Our use of material owned by others
All contributors to this website are expected to respect others' intellectual property. If you believe copyright has been breached on this website, please contact the webwright, David Robb (email@example.com), immediately.
Images on this site are uploaded by many of our members. We expect them to be respectful in their use.
Please contact the webwright if there is a photograph of yourself (or your child) on this website that you would like to have removed.
We endeavour to ensure that any personal information on this website is accurate, and published only with the consent of the individuals involved. If you are concerned about any information about you published on this Website, please contact the Webwright so that it might be corrected or removed, as desired.
Who makes the content
Many people have contributed to this website, over many years. We continue to seek more content from current members of the Barony of Ildhafn.
How do I get a login?
Email the webminister and ask.
Different members have differing levels of access (for instance, there are some things that only the Seneschal, or the Webwright, may do) but all members of the Barony of Ildhafn may contribute.
Who else might have a login?
Any member of the Barony of Ildhafn, and some others who have some reason to wish to contribute or participate from further away.
Many people have contributed to this site. Much of what is written here is strictly personal opinion. None of what is written here delineates the official policy of the Society for Creative Anachronism New Zealand (or any other official body).
Who to contact if you have any concerns
If you have any concerns about any of the topics above (or anything else on the website), please contact the webwright, David Robb, known in the SCA as Master William de Cameron: firstname.lastname@example.org.