On Sun, April 22, 2012 12:09 am, Robin Gareus wrote:
So advertising is acceptable as long as it is not actually paid for?
>> If anything
Perhaps Jorn can provide the link?
Perhaps keynote was the incorrect term. However as the conference was
almost entirely "sponsored" by Ableton and the director of Ableton made a
speech where he explained very clearly his reasons for not wanting a Linux
version of Ableton Live it would appear to have the weight of a keynote
> Anyway why is this bad? It's good to know the POV of others - especially
I'm not saying it was "bad". I was merely pointing out that Linux Audio
has taken funds in exchange for advertising in the past. Even from
companies that were promoting an "anti Linux" agenda.
>> We have a clear track record of allowing advertising and taking money
>> Especially if these pages are
To what exactly?
> In a commercial context, you'd need to shell out at least 500-5000 times
So what you are saying is that advertising at LAO is so evil as to be not
worth any time or effort in that regard?