Re: [Consortium] Hardware loan policy

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To: <consortium@...>, Andrea Glorioso <sama@...>
Date: Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 1:33 pm

> I prefer (2), provided that people on the receiving hand agree to pay

Hmm, I get the feeling it might be easier for LinuxAudio.org to just have a
list of organisations and contacts for getting loan hardware - perhaps make
this a "members only" list for the consortium if you like. That way
individuals and orgs can get to the people they need directly and therefore
potentialy get straight to the hardware. Passing about bits of hardware
between individuals isn't IMO a good way of keeping track of any of it -
you'd think any company that'd agree to that would be wondering if they'd
ever see it again.

R

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