On Thu, October 25, 2012 8:30 am, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
Above you said "every time". I was pointing out that it is not everytime.
>> Look at Groove OS too. Rui and Christian fed back a huge amount of their
If you care to do some research Dominic has personally offered to do just
that for anyone who was interested even going so far as to offer to put
all his applicable code online. Given that Christian and Rui wrote the
Majority of it and have already opensourced most of the useful stuff there
doesn't seem to be any specific purpose to push harder than that. The code
is open and both Rui and christian are very active contributors to LAD so
logic and rational suggests there is nothing to be gained by jumping up
and down about the issue.
>> In this case Fairlight may just not be aware of their explicit legal
Please explain why it would be a negative thing for the Consortium to take
on such a role?
Would you prefer for random people with no specific affiliation to do the
job or would you prefer for it to not be done at all?
Are you suggesting that there is nothing to be gained from politely
alerting companies of their legal obligations before they get into
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