Maybe I should give some more information.
The file I modified was one I extracted using wiiscrubber. I have basically no knowledge of programming, so I fixed each line of text without moving any starting positions (so I wouldn't have to deal with pointers and all of that). The altered file is just the original .bin file containing the text, where the first half or so of the file is unaltered (no text contained there) and the last half with no change to character number or file size, but very heavily altered.
In a general sense, I am wondering if the .bin file can be hosted or distributed legally, or whether I would have to make an .ips patch or something like that. Practically speaking, to patch the game with something like .ips would require anyone wanting to play to back-up a copy on a computer, extract the file and patch it before reinserting it, as was pointed out, compared to using riivolution to just read the altered .bin file in real time in place of the same file on the disc, which is what I have done to test the patch. If something like .ips is the only way to legally share it then I may need to enlist aid in making a patch.