nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Wed Jan 28 18:32:04 EST 2004
Andrea Glorioso wrote:
> Joern Nettingsmeier <nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de> writes:
>>perhaps a nice "linux audio social contract", no longer than one page ?
>>(daniel, iirc it was you who complained about the gpl being too long
>>and nobody reading it - i agree totally!)
> I think that would be a good thing to have. Be prepared for some
> *long* discussion, however.
> It could make sense to draft a proposal and reserve a slot during the
> 2nd LAD conference for presenting it (as well as on the relevant
> mailing lists, of course), what do you think?
excellent idea. if not presenting, then at least creating a draft.
>>but this probably justifies a new thread.
> Are you going to open it? :)
not yet. i agree with what you say below:
> I'd like to have a clearer understanding of what the legal situation
> of the Consortium is (or is planned to be). I do understand that
> Daniel James is *very* busy preparing the booth at the Sounds Expo
> 2004, so we might as well stop making noise and wait for some answers
> before going on (I'm not trying to pressure Daniel or anybody else, I
> just believe in making small steps and fixing bugs/problems when they
> arise - the legal status of the Consortium in all of this discussion
> is, if not a bug, at least a point of uncertainty I'd like to see
> resolved as soon as possible).
neither am i. time to shut up and let it simmer a little :)
daniel, once you are back, will you be with us in karlsruhe? if you
like andrea's idea of a presentation, how about getting in touch
with mana and frank?
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