I’ve noticed that the Chaosium fan base is extremely cautious around IP. Overly, so. Note that if you’re not using the benefits of the Fan Policy, you’re not bound by its stipulations: it’s a trade, you gaining permissions normally not available under copyright or trademark rules, in exchange for following procedures also not required by copyright or trademark.
IANAL but I’ve spent 20 years deeply attentive to IP, licensing, and open/closed licensing—the open source movement caught my attention early on. Neither macro you've made use anything beyond what rights we all already enjoy under typical copyright and trademark rules. It doesn’t even use the word “QuestWorlds”, even though nominative use of RPG names is a well-established right (thanks for suing over that and losing, TSR!). It definitely doesn’t use any copyright-covered SRD text, so the QWOGL can’t apply even if you wanted it to. (The QWOGL exists to let us use copyrighted text with permission if we follow its other rules; it’s not relevant unless copying text from it.)
I really appreciate how far Chaosium goes to be friendly to its fans with generous terms for fan-use of copyrighted materials, with the Fan Policy and the QWOGL. They’re doing it right. 🙂 But we as fans should also not hobble our outreach to others with tools we’ve made that aren’t restricted by copyright and don’t need the generous terms of the FP or QWOGL either, since that’s just limiting the spread of fandom more strictly than even normal copyright! And it would be a shame for the fandom to be smaller than it could be.