mariomeyer at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 22:52:11 GMT 2006
I wouldn't sell those at all.. what i do is ship to be paid on
receive... i send the CDs trough mail and pay for it.. when the other
person receives it, he/she has to pay to the postal services and I get
refunded... absolutely NO money gets to me for doing that.. i just get
refunded for the shipping that i payed in advance..
2006/2/27, Niels Kjøller Hansen <niels.k.h at gmail.com>:
> man, 27 02 2006 kl. 19:11 -0300, skrev Mauricio Hernandez Z.:
> > Hola Rodrigo,
> > I respond at the end of your email...
> > On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 18:47 -0300, Rodrigo Ortiz wrote:
> > > Hi, I from Chile, I have Ubuntu version 5.04 and 5.10. With intention
> > > of redistribute them I publish an advertisement in MercadoLibre
> > > similar to Ebay, in this advertisement I demand 4 dollars (2.000 pesos
> > > chilenos) for delivery to others Ubuntu. Constantly others questioning
> > > me in form agressive that is no manner to offer Ubuntu.
> > >
> > > The cost of the advertisement is 1 dollar and minimun the mail for a
> > > CD is 3 dollars.
> > >
> > > This cost is pay for the "client" because the mail and advertaisement
> > > is not free.
> > >
> > > I need to know if this for is correct or incorrect because there many
> > > people take in his name Ubuntu and software libre.
> > Are the CD's you are selling, the same CD's Canonical provided to you?
> > If you are selling those CD's then you are doing something absolutely
> > WRONG (illegal maybe?).
> I am quite shure that it is not illegal, and I personally do not think
> that it is wrong. There is clearly little or no profit in this, and the
> recipient gets it quicker than ShipIt, and Ubuntu is seen by the public
> (the users of the auction-thingy, anyways).
> I have done something similar. I too, had a feeling that I was doing
> something 'wrong', so I clearly stated, that the excactly same CDs were
> available from ShipIt at no charge, although with quite a long waiting
> Because of a miscalculation, I made 3 DKK (0.45 USD) of profit. I am
> saving these for a future LocoTeam meeting. Hey - I could buy a cheap
> beer and pass it around!
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