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Re: Question regarding Asterisk audio license and Fedora

On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 5:25 PM, W. Michael Petullo <mike flyn org> wrote:
> I am trying to help get some voice recordings for the Asterisk PBX into
> Fedora. These support features like voicemail and an echo test.
> Unfortunately, the audio files are not released with a clear license. As
> far as I know, the woman who made the recordings does not want the
> recordings used for commercial purposes. However, I am still looking for
> this in writing. Does anyone know of a clear statement on this matter from
> the copyright holder?

It would be great if RH could get the old "voice of RH" to do CC
licensed recordings of all the messages. Sandra had the best phone
voice I have dealt with in many years.

> There is an alternative recording available at
> http://www.voicevector.com/Downloads.php?PHPSESSID=001824a9b8a9a033cd47f95388c8825a.
> However, I don't know if the license would be acceptable to Fedora. Would
> someone review this license?
> For reference, please see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=428832.
> Mike Petullo
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