[linux-audio-user] License free Linux ??
bredfern at calarts.edu
Thu Dec 4 16:33:53 EST 2003
I don't know, if you're selling people audacity on cdrom, as long as you
include the source I wouldn't think its illegal, I don't know why anyone
would buy it on cd, but notice that he didn't get any bids, and now that
its relisted, there's still no bids.
On Fri, 5 Dec 2003, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> Andreas Kuckartz wrote:
> > On which pages do they do that?
> > I have visited their site and only found "License-free" hidden on this page:
> > http://www.museresearch.com/technology_architecture.php
> > The term "License-free" is not correct and they should correct that. But I
> > really do not think that this is a reason to threaten them with the Linux
> > Audio Users community.
> Ain't gonna hurt noone :p
> Have you seen what's happening to the audacity project?
> It's got to the point where they need legal help. The guy is making a
> few false statements like he has community support and is giving money
> back to the developers.
> IMO there are going to be a few rip off artists trying to make a quick
> buck off our work over the next few years while the market expands and
> in the process making false statements to lure customers. It doesn't
> make us look professional if we accept it.
> Better to lead with the right in cases like these.
> Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
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