[Request] Ocenaudio (Closed)

GeorgeCh
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[Request] Ocenaudio (Closed)

Postby GeorgeCh » 19 Oct 2013 14:16

Hello

Ocenaudio is a lightweight and easy to use audio editor.

http://www.ocenaudio.com.br/

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Re: [Request] Ocenaudio

Postby zerozero » 19 Oct 2013 23:29

unfortunately https://plus.google.com/114994750557292685223/posts it's not opensource! :evil:
bliss of ignorance

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Re: [Request] Ocenaudio

Postby GeorgeCh » 20 Oct 2013 00:15

I agree but so are Skype and Opera.


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Re: [Request] Ocenaudio

Postby GeorgeCh » 20 Oct 2013 02:29

Good reads.Thanks.
Here is the part of their license about usage.So i guess this request is closed.

LICENSE
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"ocenaudio Team" hereby gives you a non-exclusive license to use the software "ocenaudio" (the Software).

You may:
- use the Software on any single computer;
- use the Software on a second computer so long as the primary user of each copy is the same person and more than one copy is not used simultaneously;
- copy the Software for archival purposes, provided any copy contains all of the original Software's proprietary notices.

You may not:
- permit other individuals to use the Software except under the terms listed above;
- modify, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble (except to the extent applicable laws specifically prohibit such restriction);
- create derivative works based on the Software;
- copy the Software (except as specified above);
- rent, lease, transfer or otherwise transfer rights to the Software;
- remove any proprietary notices or labels on the Software.

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Re: [Request] Ocenaudio (Closed)

Postby zerozero » 20 Oct 2013 10:56

in the English language **free** is an obscure word :lol:
in this regard the spanish (almost)-equivalent is more precise:
    Libre vs Gratis
- if you can't find all the 4 basic freedoms in a given app it's not Libre; might be either Gratis or have a price but it's always proprietary.
- to make things even more complex :lol: nione of the 4 freedoms forbids you from charging for a Libre app: you can do business with Libre software (although it's trickier because if the source code is available and the users are free to copy you need to have some really good arguments to charge money for something they could have for free; usually it's support)
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