[Consortium] problem about inclusion of Ubuntu
jaromil at dyne.org
Thu Mar 23 09:50:24 EST 2006
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thanks for your clarifications!
On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 11:22:10AM -0500, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
> > think such projects, especially when still in their
> Consortium's mission is to foster a development of *any* legal
> incentive which has, does, or has a potential to foster proliferation
> of Linux as a viable DAW.
AFAIK, so far its role has been almost related to promotion and the
work done by a few people here who have my gratitude.
now i look forward to efforts in fostering development!
any ideas in mind? money is not the best way IMHO.
linking with hardware manufacturers has been mentioned (and done?)
> > starting phase, can be considered to have contributed so much to
> > development and dissemination of our common efforts.
> All projects were at some point in their starting phase. That fact alone
> should therefore not be taken as a measure of their current or future
> success, or their eligibility for the Linuxaudio.org membership...
so if post the 0.1 of my new little sw used by me and my cousin in a
performance, i can already be part of the consortium?
do we distinguish between membership of communities, foundations,
individuals, companies etc. ?
and one last question to help me understand better:
who takes decisions and how?
jaromil, dyne.org rasta coder, http://afrolinux.org
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