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Old 12th October 2017, 01:10 AM   #9991
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Hi @LCipher,

Click \/ icon in the upper left of Playback panel.

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Ah! Thanks - my fat finger thought that was part of the moOde menu!
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Old 12th October 2017, 01:40 AM   #9992
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Sorry quick question. Is the Moode license for 1 physical device, per person or ?

ps. I have 2 RPI3 devices hence the questions.

Thx again.
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Old 12th October 2017, 01:45 AM   #9993
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The interesting thing about licensing is that there is no guarantee that a license would even be granted, for any amount of money.

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I read the agreement, I wouldn’t sell anything without speaking to you first. Heck, I won’t even burn a copy for my friends, I tell them to pay the ten bucks. I do, however, hold many previous versions for those that want to try. Usually a pre 3.0 release. I look at 3.0+ as the point where usability reached a point where the freeloaders can pay you for your time.

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(1) Moode Audio Player consists of free software and certain proprietary parts that are listed in (2) below. You can redistribute the free software and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation either version 3, or (at your option) any later version. The following online resource contains information about the GNU General Public License: Licenses - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation

(2) The proprietary parts of Moode Audio Player consist of (a) the data contained in the SQL tables residing in the file moode-sqlite3.db, (b) the rotary encoder driver (rotenc), (c) logos, images and other properties with Moode trade or service marks. These parts are proprietary to Moode Audio and may not be redistributed, sold or used for commercial purposes without the express permission of Moode Audio. Contact tim@moodeaudio.org for more information.

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Product Keys are used to unlock the zip file containing the Moode Audio Player disk image and are for the private use of the purchaser and must not be made publicly available or shared.

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Moode Audio Player comes WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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Old 12th October 2017, 01:53 AM   #9994
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Sorry quick question. Is the Moode license for 1 physical device, per person or ?

ps. I have 2 RPI3 devices hence the questions.

Thx again.
I guess it’s wherever your conscience takes you...

How much improved is your Pi3 by the addition of $10 worth of software? Or, how much use do you get out of your Pi without Moode?

I’ve got about 10 Pi, only a couple are used for audio. More of them are used driving CNC machines, laser cutters, 3D printers and the like. Very few of them run ‘raw’ Raspbian. Most use the hard work of others to achieve their tasks.
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Old 12th October 2017, 01:57 AM   #9995
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Tim,
can you add AFN to the Radio list?
There are several channels by the bases.
can access from the browser or mobile app (e.g., American Forces Network Pacific)
i am not too sure the access protocol but hopefully you can know.

note that i never intend to promote any of military stuff, just having fun from them.

/Hiroyuki
You can manually add your favourite stations. A quick search on here will show you how.
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Old 12th October 2017, 02:02 AM   #9996
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I guess it’s wherever your conscience takes you...

How much improved is your Pi3 by the addition of $10 worth of software? Or, how much use do you get out of your Pi without Moode?

I’ve got about 10 Pi, only a couple are used for audio. More of them are used driving CNC machines, laser cutters, 3D printers and the like. Very few of them run ‘raw’ Raspbian. Most use the hard work of others to achieve their tasks.

I only have 2. 1 in my home office and 1 in the bed room.
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Old 12th October 2017, 02:03 AM   #9997
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Sorry quick question. Is the Moode license for 1 physical device, per person or ?

ps. I have 2 RPI3 devices hence the questions.

Thx again.
Hi,

For personal use there is no limit to the number of devices :-)

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Old 12th October 2017, 02:57 AM   #9998
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I read the agreement, I wouldn’t sell anything without speaking to you first. Heck, I won’t even burn a copy for my friends, I tell them to pay the ten bucks. I do, however, hold many previous versions for those that want to try. Usually a pre 3.0 release. I look at 3.0+ as the point where usability reached a point where the freeloaders can pay you for your time.
Hi Mike,

My response was just a generic example of one aspect of Licensing. First and foremost both parties need to come to an agreement and there is no guarantee that will happen. For example the Licensor may for any reason not grant the license requestor permission, or the requestor may not want to agree to the terms. Generally. agreements that are mutually beneficial will happen :-)

There is also the scenario where the other party chooses to violate the License, usually to avoid terms that require paying the License holder a fee.

There is nothing new about moOde licensing. Its a license model thats as old as the hills. The proprietary parts of moOde are subject to the Moode License terms. The Open Source parts are covered by the GPL.

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Old 12th October 2017, 06:38 AM   #9999
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Old 12th October 2017, 06:44 AM   #10000
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Congratulations everybody and Tim: Thanx for the great support and continuos work! I´ve been onboard since 1.7 and would not leave it as long as the sound quality keeps this high level.

Luki

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