[Coco] Re: Rainbow on Disc

Mark Marlette mark at cloud9tech.com
Thu Jun 9 09:41:22 EDT 2005

Cloud-9 is setup to handle this from an accounting point. Current
projects and addtional time is where I(we) can't commit to.

Lonnie allowing the community to do this under agreement is GREAT news
for sure. The task is HUGE. Setup it up with the scan requirements  so
that they are uniform from each scanner. Setup some sort of review to
make sure that it is how we want to proceed and then got for the rest.
This will hopefully eliminate the need to rescan issues over.


Quoting "John R. Hogerhuis" <jhoger at pobox.com>:

> On Wed, 2005-06-08 at 05:10 +0600, Richard E. Crislip wrote:
> > Hello Michael
> >
> > That price plus a couple dollars more for your efforts sounds
> reasonable to
> > me. I'd buy it for $40.00. Having the complete Rainbows on a CD or
> > would be awesome!
> Hard to say what that's going to cost. The reason I suggest cloud-9
> (or
> even my own business, Speaker To Machines, Inc.) or Glenside is that
> there is already processes/procedures ongoing to handle accounting
> overhead. So we're kind of used to it.
> I think the actual cost added to product though will have to be
> estimated by the whoever takes it on, and probably should allow for a
> small profit to keep them on their toes. Certainly no one should have
> to
> take a loss on administering the project.
> Personally, I'd be willing to pay up to $60 for the full DVD if it
> meets
> my criteria of open-format and no DRM.
> At any given price some people will be shut out. But hopefully we can
> find some price point that hits the majority. Maybe any excess profit
> can be applied to a semi-annual raffle and those who cannot afford
> the
> full price can win a free copy. As many full-priced copies as can be
> afforded by the excess would be given away. How's that for
> progressive...
> -- John.
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