http://opengameart.org/content/casio "Casio" is a company that makes piano keyboards.
I flagged the submission for licensing issue.
I suppose the process should be:
1. flag licensing issue
2. contact submitter, asking to remove trademarks from description, title and file itself and ask them to contact you when they updated the submission
3. - submitter action required -
4. unflag licensing issue
EDIT: decided to delete the submission, as it seemed to be in a spam-like manner (unrelated website as author link).
I had linked the wrong source image. Updated it and also added instructions on how to create the icon.
Thanks for the advice! I did this and also added instrument reverb to the choir, which was nagging me all the time because it ended too abruptly. I also moved the whole track, so that the loop point contains less instrument and the climax(?) of the track doesn't take so long to appear.
By the way: I will try using Walz' advice for my future attempts.
The first question is: "What does the artist want for their art?" If the answer is "Allow game developers to use my art without having to interpret a copyleft license text or get a lawyer." rather than "Protect my art by copyleft.", then CC-BY or CC0 definitely makes more sense than CC-BY-SA for that artists to pick.
@Clint: What was the reason for you picking ccbysa in the first place?
If a user/developer can't decide what ccbysa means, they should not be using art licensed under it. Just like they should not use sounds under -NC license from Freesound.
It would be great to integrate some eduaction about what the licenses mean (both while/before downloading and uploading) on OGA. Blendswap for example has these:
float form before downloading
license selection includes short description
Oh I wouldn't worry about the descriptions. I just wanted to make sure that you have to expect that people won't do it because if they know about the license not requiring that. (And the people not reading descriptions...).
This sounds so familiar... but I just can't my finger on it... Is it a track from Mech Warrior 4 that seems similar in my memory?... In any case, this track is awesome and exactly what the title promises! :)
Love it! Love UH for having it! :)
Note that "Please e-mail me before use at email@example.com." can be a suggestion but not a requirement, as the license does not allow to add restrictions.
xpm is uncompressed? Then it should ideally be uploaded inside of archive files.