So, no. The hard set rules in Arma are that all content is not to be altered, repackaged, or redistributed. IF the author includes a license which allows such, then it's fine, IF you get express written permission from the author it's OK, otherwise... you are not supposed to touch anything. Addons on Armaholic are for non-monetized servers and players only. It's a file distribution network that has the permission of the author to host them for players and most times server hosts.... however even there, some addons are ONLY for use by players.... Arma takes Author's rights very seriously despite how they're treated by most DayZ mods. Unfortunately for authors (on both sides of the argument) there is not proficient use of inclusion of licenses, and MANY authors leave the scene or remain uncontactable. Some, don't care if their work gets used... others have since sold that source work, and might lose revenue or get sued for someone re-releasing it w/o their license, or under a different license. It's ALWAYS best to contact and get permission from the author directly so there is no misunderstanding. Doing anything but that will make you VERY unpopular in the Arma community, and will most likely ensure refusals of requests to any other authors.