[linux-audio-user] License free Linux ??
Robin Y. Millette
millette at waglo.com
Fri Dec 5 08:19:47 EST 2003
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> On Fri, Dec 05, 2003 at 01:51:33AM -0500, lee at fallingforward.net wrote:
>>Actually no, he 100% entitled to sell CD of Audacity labled as such as
>>long as he provides the source code. I think the GPL makes that very
>>clear. But it doesn't seem like a good business plan to sell a CD of
>>something that can be downloaded even on a modem in a reasonable amount of
> You over-estimate the typical Windows user's technical self-confidence.
> Putting a CD in the drive, figuring out how to find the icon for it and
> double clicking on "SETUP.EXE" is adventurous enough to break out a cold
> sweat for many.
Yep, it's not a good business plan. I didn't follow this thread too
closely, so I'm not comparing myself to the guy selling audacity on
ebay. But I started a few months ago selling open source / free software
thru the mail in Canada. I figure there no point really in sending stuff
elsewhere when you can get it locally cheaper. Anyhow, I don't want to
get any further off topic. It's not a good business plan, well I mean
http://www.waglo.com/nattor/ certainly isn't making any money - but
that's decidedly not why I chose to offer this service.
Robin Y. Millette (aka Lord D. Nattor)
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