[App_rpt-users] Fwd: Looks like I can't post no more on a ARM mailing list.

Pierre Martel petem001 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 8 23:34:21 EDT 2017

Just seen that David answered me off list. I now send his answer and mine.

Sorry if some are anonyme de by this, but I respect too much the work Of
Jim and all the allstarLink group to let this pass like this.

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Pierre Martel <petem001 at gmail.com>
Date: sam. 8 juil. 2017 à 23:31
Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Looks like I can't post no more on a ARM
mailing list.
To: David McGough <kb4fxc at inttek.net>

Well David, your answer here and in private is most interesting.

If you dont want to "sour the AllStar lanscape " why dont YOU start by
doing the right and legal thing and post the source you are distributing.
This would fix all critics and close the debate.
One other thing, you are the one bringing sale 101, do you have something
to sell? Cause in a email you sent me you told me that Jim told you where
to go with his work and this was preventing his work from being used
 Commercialy. Is there something under all those selling and fear of use
commercialy of the app-rpt sofware?

Want to do the good thing? We Will see... Untill you do act legaly and
moraly you have no credibility for me.

Have a great day.

Le sam. 8 juil. 2017 à 23:13, David McGough <kb4fxc at inttek.net> a écrit :

> Pierre,
> I have set the arm-allstar list temporarily into moderate mode. The thread
> titled "Where's Waldo?" is locked---and that includes the dozen or so
> people who have responded saying they "could care less about source code,
> what they want is code that works." These questions about immediate source
> code availability have been asked and answered by the project
> developers---that's me (kb4fxc) and Doug (wa3dsp).
> Any questions, including your's or anyone else's, for legitimate help,
> questions or comments with the hamvoip project will be forwarded to the
> list, as they always have been. And, we'll do our best to find an answer.
> If you're got a problem with the developers of the hamvoip project,
> address us directly....No one wants to hear these rants and we've gotten
> many private e-mails to that effect.
> And, BTW, the users on the app_rpt-users list don't want to hear the
> rants, either....All this does is sour the entire AllStar landscape for
> all distros. I'm sure you must realize that?  This is sales 101.
> Thanks for understanding,
> David McGough, KB4FXC
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