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Open source speaker project - Part II
Open source speaker project - Part II
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Classic -Amp Friendly- Hi Sensitivity (92db+), Higher Bass Ext (f3 40-45Hz), Cabinet Size 60-80 18 17.82%
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Old 30th October 2018, 06:16 PM   #151
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haha. How likely is it someone is going to make any real money out of this open source project? I'd so close to zero.
not about if they make money or not, it s about if someone get advantage of all the time and work donated to this.
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Old 30th October 2018, 07:37 PM   #152
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I actually want people to profit from what we do, for example by building and enjoying a copy of our speakers. But I do not want them to sell (substantial parts) of our designs without saying where it all comes from.
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Old 31st October 2018, 10:50 PM   #153
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I added the following note to the first post of the Monkey Coffin thread:

Important note 31 Oct. 2019: DIYers may profit from this open-source project for their own private purposes, for example by building and enjoying a copy of the Open Source Monkey Coffin speaker. Please do not use the information developed in this open source project on a larger scale (for example by selling speakers based on the Open Source Monkey Coffin design or substantial parts of it) without written permission.

I hope that helps to get the idea across.
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Old 31st October 2018, 11:28 PM   #154
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not about if they make money or not, it s about if someone get advantage of all the time and work donated to this.
I thought that was the whole idea, no? Don't we want people to build these?
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I added the following note to the first post of the Monkey Coffin thread:

Important note 31 Oct. 2019: DIYers may profit from this open-source project for their own private purposes, for example by building and enjoying a copy of the Open Source Monkey Coffin speaker. Please do not use the information developed in this open source project on a larger scale (for example by selling speakers based on the Open Source Monkey Coffin design or substantial parts of it) without written permission.

I hope that helps to get the idea across.
I think this is fine.
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Old 1st November 2018, 04:16 PM   #156
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I thought that was the whole idea, no? Don't we want people to build these?
don't get me wrong, maybe I was not clear.
this is an open source project, this is for people to build and enjoy.
this is not for COMMERCIAL use!
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Old 1st November 2018, 04:35 PM   #157
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I added the following note to the first post of the Monkey Coffin thread:

Important note 31 Oct. 2019: DIYers may profit from this open-source project for their own private purposes, for example by building and enjoying a copy of the Open Source Monkey Coffin speaker. Please do not use the information developed in this open source project on a larger scale (for example by selling speakers based on the Open Source Monkey Coffin design or substantial parts of it) without written permission.

I hope that helps to get the idea across.
That's good. I may add the same thing to XL if you don't mind.
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That's good. I may add the same thing to XL if you don't mind.
Sure!
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