[Ardour-Users] Could this solve Ardour's financial headache?

Greg Vaughan gmail at fasteasyloans.info
Sat Jan 10 00:16:23 PST 2009

Just a question... not sure if anyone has the answer... what exactly does
the "user base" look like... we are discussing a whole range of options here
for what is essentially a marketing issue... it would be a lot simpler if we
had some idea of the profile that we are looking at...

On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 9:46 AM, Thomas Vecchione <seablaede at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 5:18 PM, Stephen Doonan <stephen.doonan at gmail.com>wrote:
>> You're not alone, Christopher. :-)
>> I had to search for mantis too by clicking random links at Ardour.org, and
>> then, Mantis looked like a bug-tracking tool, not a revenue generating
>> donations site. I still can't find where or how to donate at Mantistb.org.
> Ok to clear something up real quick, or rather to clear a few things up.
> mantisbt.org has nothing to do with Ardour, other than we use the software
> they produce for bugtracking;)  Not saying don't donate to them, but if you
> donate to that website it certainly won't get to Ardour;)  That website is
> dedicated to the development of the Mantis bug tracker, which Ardour
> utilizes on its own site to track bugs for Ardour, but they two projects are
> not directly related in any way.
> Also to get to the Mantis Bugtracker that Ardour uses, simply click on the
> "Issue Tracker" link at the top of the Ardour webpage(Next to "Download"
> etc.)  It is part of the primary navigation for the site.
> Finally the way that supporting particular features and bugs currently
> works is that you make a pledge.  Nothing holds you to fulfill that pledge
> other than your own word/honor.  You do this in the Mantis Bug Tracker, at
> the same place where the feature request is noted, or the bug report is
> filed.
> Related and also for the record, the Mantis Bug Tracker is the primary
> place to request new features or file bugs.  That way it doesn't get lost in
> a pile of email or IRC logs.
> Hope that clears up some misunderstandings on the topic.
>              Seablade
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