42low wrote: xaccrocheur wrote:
- Submit a proposal ticket on the repo
and see if it sticks (I know I wouldn't mind voting it up);
I'm not that familiar with that. Perhaps i may ask you (who already knows them) to attend them on my points?
I just did
; You got me thinking, thank you very much ; although my music is CC-BY-SA and it's basically an "open barn" because heck, that's what (my) life is, a train wreck... It doesn't have
to be, specifically the FLOS licences don't (no they really don't, look it up ppl) enforce a "free for all" availability of the source / thing but only that said thing is available upon request, like the author could decide it will only be delivered on CDs, delivery charged to the requester.
And considering the monstruous amount of work us libre
musicians do (writing, recording, mixing, mastering, video shooting+editing, and oh my GOD the awful "please listen to my tune" so-called "social networking" where proud warriors, that eat advertising all day long in their very *brain* for really toxic shit suddenly decide to ride the lightning and bravely have a go at a homeless loser begging for some clicks) considering that if Coca Cola wanted to take my song for their next ad they're entitled to, well, yes, it makes practical, logical sense to take any opportunity you can get to talk to those people that want your stuff.
So yes. I asked.