Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] The Open Loop Library, a few questions
From: Darren Landrum (consul_AT_studioconsul.net)
Date: Sun Dec 22 2002 - 16:17:22 EET
I think this is a good point. A company which will deal with that
situation only by lawsuits and demands to shut down the system is
clearly out to destroy, and nothing you do will stop that goal.
I guess it all depends on the company. Most of the loop-makers and
sample-makers are small companies, specializing in only their areas.
Would a company like that be unreasonable, or would they be willing to
accept that we are doing all we can to keep our library uncorrupted?
On Saturday, December 21, 2002, at 11:35 PM, Speaker to Vegetables
> It's really more a political problem than a technical one, isn't it?
> checksums may still be useful as part of a strategy of making it clear
> to all interested parties that one is doing what one can to keep
> materials that are not legitimately publicly distributable out of the
> library. Anyone who demands more than that has clearly abandoned
> reasonableness and can only be dealt with by unreasonable means.
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