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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by richie43 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 8:33 pm

mortemer wrote:Hello to everybody!
and also everybody in future who wants to resell nebulastuff.

just behave in the uncomplicatest and easiest way:
read the license agreements enclosed in every purchase. If it is allowed to resell, cheers. if not you accepted that rules after doin payment. If you don't read it, thats your decision...

Please keep in mind that there are also locations on this planet where the law-situation corncerning this question here are more harder than in other countries.

@ cactuseskimo: I will give you a donation for your social work, i just need your paypal adress.

cheers to everybody :D

Well said mortemer, and certainly less jerky than me. And Cactuseskimo: Just to show that my intent is not to screw you over and is only to show support for these devs, I'd be happy to donate to your noble efforts and maybe even encourage you to keep those Nebula libraries for whenever you decide to set up a DAW again. PM me or post a paypal address. Cheers.
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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by richie43 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 8:38 pm

And to schismatic: Is THIS closer to what you think should be going on in this forum? Ya can't beat an offer to donate to the cause.
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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by lordnielson » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:28 pm

Not to add fuel to the fire.

In my opinion the libraries are sold at such a (generally) low pricepoint that resales shouldn't be necessary.

There's also the point of "community spirit" where your payment is an incentive for developers to keep developing not only programs but also skills and techniques.

I probably use less than 10 percent of the commercial libraries I own, but for the reasons stated above I'd never sell.

Just a point of view.

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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by nino » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:43 pm

lordnielson wrote:Not to add fuel to the fire.

In my opinion the libraries are sold at such a (generally) low pricepoint that resales shouldn't be necessary.

There's also the point of "community spirit" where your payment is an incentive for developers to keep developing not only programs but also skills and techniques.

I probably use less than 10 percent of the commercial libraries I own, but for the reasons stated above I'd never sell.

Just a point of view.
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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by richie43 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 10:28 pm

lordnielson wrote:Not to add fuel to the fire.

In my opinion the libraries are sold at such a (generally) low pricepoint that resales shouldn't be necessary.

There's also the point of "community spirit" where your payment is an incentive for developers to keep developing not only programs but also skills and techniques.

I probably use less than 10 percent of the commercial libraries I own, but for the reasons stated above I'd never sell.

Just a point of view.
That's where I was coming from, but just like mortemer, you said it much less jerky than me.
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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by cactuseskimo » Wed Nov 28, 2012 10:52 pm

Quite the thread I started here. It's not my wish to undermine any developers, but if I purchased a product from them, and there's no EULA agreement keeping me from re-selling, then I guess my purchase is mine to re-sell. FWIW, I can't seem to find any EULA for CDS stuff, but I have respected Michael's wishes and removed the CDS libraries from the list (although they were the most expensive - doh!)

Buying discounted "2nd" hand libraries is the incentive that made me take the plunge into the Nebula world. I have since purchased various products from most of the devs, so it ended up being a good thing for the Nebula community as a whole. These libraries are ones I just don't use, so hopefully they will help introduce others into the Nebula fold as well.

You guys are extremely generous with your offers to just plain offer support, but please let me give you something in return. I started a personal music page a bit ago that I will be slowly adding mp3's to. There's only one on there right now, and any proceeds (it's pay what you want, or nothing at all) have been directed to World Vision so far, but I will direct any Nebula Community purchases to this endeavor. Here's the page:

http://lukeadams.bandcamp.com/

Oh, and yes I am a Christ Follower. Yes, I like helping people. No, I do not use that as part of a hidden agenda. I respect free choice.

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Re: Fundraising - Lots of Libraries for Sale!

Post by ngarjuna » Thu Nov 29, 2012 4:18 am

Just wanted to wish a good luck in your major life change. I recently picked up and moved after basically 35+ years in one place hoping to find some good engineering work (after struggling to make it in the anemic midwestern engineering market in question many years ago I moved into IT which can be lucrative but is not rewarding in the same ways); it was a big struggle, there were times I wondered if I was going to end up having to do something else, but in the end it worked out. That was after watching my 60 year old father decide he would get a PhD and teach college, because he'd always wanted to do that really. And it worked out very well for him. Of course it never goes quite as envisioned but as long as you have your goal clearly in mind you can usually traverse whatever wrinkles might pop up along the way.

Here's to yours going even smoother!

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