[ardour-dev] Portable Protools rig?

Don Fredricks ardour at handsfull.net
Wed Aug 10 08:41:33 PDT 2005


I have little doubt that you'll be hearing from Paul, unless for his own reasons he chooses to ignore you. (Your first message to the ardour-dev group seems like spam, which is why I replied the way I did.) I believe he is quite busy these days. Oh, by the way, it's linuxaudiosystems, not linaudiosystems.

I understand your need to protect your valuable wordmarks. The "(c)" is irrelevant in a plain text message, though, since the "visual art" does not appear, and short words and phrases cannot be copyrighted. I'm not a lawyer, though, so don't take my word for it.

I'm sure Ardour will be a great addition to your music workstation product.

ardour at handsfull.net

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ronald Stewart" <ronaldjstewart at gmail.com>
To: "Don Fredricks" <ardour at handsfull.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2005 8:23 AM
Subject: Re: [ardour-dev] Portable Protools rig?

> Don thank you for contacting me.  I am a youth minister here in Los
> Angeles.  Although I have been an audio engineer for many years, I
> have created portable media player running linux that
> has an onboard  audio interface.  It is my hope and vision to include
> Ardour in my software bundle.
> I read on the website that anyone seeking to distribute ardour should
> contact paul at linaudiosystems.  Unfortunately, he must be slammed
> because I have not heard from him so I thought it would be best to
> contact the group through the alternate contacts on the website as
> instructed.  I have no interest in pro tools.  I was digi's first beta
> tester in 1990.  I co authored the
> command focus features on pro tools and was key indevelopment until
> version 3.32.
> I personally sould care a less about pro tools.  My line item
> "portable portools" is a quote I used in
> a write up in an article here in Culver City.
> As for the (c) in my overview those visual arts are copyrighted due to
> the elaborate drawings that we have for those marks.  I hope that
> helps and answers your question.
> Could you help me?  I am looking to assist the ardour movement and to
> meet with Paul.  Could you write hime to ask to contact me personally?
> Thank you
> Ronald J Stewart
> 310-733-9285

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