[linux-audio-user] Re: 2.6.0 song theme... request.

Brian Redfern bredfern at calarts.edu
Fri Nov 14 14:09:19 EST 2003

That's why creative commons is cool, cause they have free hosting for open
liscensed mp3s.

On Fri, 14 Nov 2003, Frank Barknecht wrote:

> Hallo,
> Mark Knecht hat gesagt: // Mark Knecht wrote:
> > In a related thought, I've wondered for a while where all of the Linux
> > servers supporting most of the individually developed web pages, not the
> > SourceForge stuff are. Are people paying for server space for these sites?
> > My cable modem ISP won't let me run a web server out of my house.
> I do pay for my webspace, but only a little bit and I only am allowed
> about 5 gig transfer a month for that. Austin's wonderful song, if
> downloaded 2500 times, has created about 6.250 gigs of traffic.
> Imagine what amounts it would be if he would be seriously slashdotted. 
> On the other hand modern filesharing like bittorrent or soulseek
> intends and does take the load off a single person's webserver. I
> think a community bittorrent tracker only for open source music would
> be cool. archive.org seems to have something like that in its free
> music department. 
> Lastly scene.org is a major player in this area or free music (and
> art). I think they are in part sponsored by public money plus
> commercial sponsors.
> Another example: The pure-data.org website was run privatly, but now
> is in the hands of the austrian IEM institute. Linux music done with
> Pd can be shared there, too, since shortly. See
> http://pure-data.org/community/ (not much music available yet, though)
> ciao
> -- 
>  Frank Barknecht                               _ ______footils.org__

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