On Sun, April 22, 2012 11:17 am, Robin Gareus wrote:
So it's not advertising but it is a grey area and people could be confused
about it? Promoting other companies and organisations is a form of
marketing. That it was not directly paid for does not make it any less of
> We try hard to maintain a reasonable approach. e.g. avoid user-tracking,
This is an interesting way to explain things.
Perhaps this paragraph above could become the official advertising policy
for LAO so that we can all know where we stand. The knee jerk reaction so
far does not provide a professional minded approach to the issue.
I was not aware of the mirror but that is pretty funny really.
>>> Anyway why is this bad? It's good to know the POV of others -
Ok, so it was fine for TU-Berlin to present copious amounts of advertising
in exchange for sponsorship funds but linuxaudio.org is supposed to do
everything on a volunteer basis because of goodwill?