> >>perhaps a nice "linux audio social contract", no longer than one
I suggest the Board, when formed, starts from the existing policy
I think all the clauses are reasonable, but from now on that will be
for the Board to decide.
> >> (daniel, iirc it was you who complained about the gpl
It was me! If the policy is clear, then there's no room for FUD.
Perhaps it's because I have some background as an editor, and have
always written very short pieces myself. In the days of the 'blue
pencil' used by newspaper editors, it was said that a really good
editor could condense a full page of text into just a handful of the
most important words.
> > It could make sense to draft a proposal and reserve a slot
I think there should be a linuxaudio.org meeting there anyway - I
envisaged a sort of 'round table'. I put the idea to Matthias Nagorni
already, who liked the idea and said he would put it to Frank
> daniel, once you are back, will you be with us in karlsruhe?
I am planning to be there - at the moment I'm trying to get magazine
interest in the conference to a) increase publicity and b) help pay
for the trip, but there have been no firm commitments from editors so