Freedom for the Squeak DVD ? was Re: "Squeakers" documentary
DVD with subtitles are on the Squeakland site!
Alan.Kay at squeakland.org
Mon Apr 12 16:13:09 UTC 2004
Sounds interesting. We'll check into it with Ball State University
who have given us permission to make the DVDs. I basically like the
idea since we are putting the DVD out at cost anyway.
At 4:37 PM +0200 4/12/04, Samir Saidani wrote:
>I found this DVD very useful to promote Squeak around me, and I wonder
>in which extent we could have an open-source movie ? If our aim is to
>spread Squeak around the world, it could be more efficient to give
>users/teachers/students the possibility to share this movie (in divx
>format for instance) rather to buy it, in the same way that it's more
>efficient to give users/teachers/students the possibility to share
>Squeak rather to buy it. Moreover it would be logic that a movie
>promoting Squeak and its freedom aspect should apply to the movie
>itself, a kind of reflective coherence principle... Say what you do,
>do what you say...
>An interesting links:
>PhD Student in CS / Doctorant en informatique web :
>Universite de Caen - Laboratoire GREYC tel : 02-31-56-74-30
>Equipe MAD - Campus II - 14032 Caen Cedex fax : 02-31-56-76-30
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