I really would love to have two -SA licenses, one which doesn't require you to open-source your project, and one which does, both with the copyleft for direct derivatives. But I know how difficult that is, and I know you only have so much time and energy.
So instead, I will just say: Bravo to you for OGA-By! I will be adding it to all of my CC-By art when I get a chance. Thanks for taking the time to do this.
As Bart says, this isn't about promoting DRM (heck no!) or Apple (ESPECIALLY not promoting Apple). I just don't want to punish innocent devs for Apple's sins. I want people to see FOSS as useful and welcoming.
There is one 100% way to be sure it's OK--ask the artist. It's annoying, especially on some LPC assets with multiple authors, but if you get individual permissions from them you are as much in the clear as you ever can be (I guess short of a formal written contract, anyway).
OK, this is very handy. I am, like everyone ever, not a big fan of DRM. It's generally a messy system that doesn't let people do what they shoudl be able to do, while not stopping people from doing what they ortent. But we all know it's often unavoidable, so:
For all of my CC-By licensed assets I waive the Anti-DRM clause. You may freely use these assets on platforms like iOS or Steam provided you give credit as specified. If you have any further questions on that, just contact me through the form on my profile and I can give more specific permissions.
Excellent work, Mr. Pablo. Bravo!
Dyer Wolf =D
The rather broken search function is a known issue. One thing you can do is to repeat the search using the "advanced search" option on the left of the normal search screen. This is better but still not good, and still doesn't actually pull up the art in question.
I think I got them taken care of.
Here's a handy dandy collection of all isometric tiles on OGA: http://opengameart.org/content/isometric-tiles There may be something of use in there.
Weird Al gave thanks both to T-Pain and Nickelback on his album Straight Outta Lynwood even though he didn't end up making the parodies they authorized. So I'd say that it's not unprecedented--and no doubt it will not go unappreciated.
Indeed, what Surt said. It is just a very basic floor and wall set which would fulfill some basic prototyping, placeholder or small projecty needs. The added ceiling tiles are appreciated, though :)