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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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