Vintage Computer Festivals???
woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Mon Apr 18 20:18:09 CDT 2016
On 04/18/2016 01:47 PM, Ian Finder wrote:
> Evan Koblentz wrote:
>>>> No, if someone wants to have a new Festival in their area then *we
> (Vintage Computer Federation) would run it* with local assistance.
> The tone here seems awfully heavy-handed.
And yours now seems pretty snotty.
> My personal opinion is that a singular entity running your festival
> remotely- particularly with local folks doing most of the leg work- is of
> dubious value. It will almost certainly limit the diversity and creative
> charm of such events, if not now then in the future. And it's simply more
> work for organizers to comply with...
> *So Mike, to summarize-- go ahead and do your own show your own way*-- just
> don't use Evan's fraternity letters if you do so. Or work with Evan to use
> the name "Vintage Computer Festival," if you see your event's value as
> contingent on that banner.
> I think it's great that you want to start a vintage computing event in
> Oklahoma, and would gladly toss you a small donation to help see it come to
> - Ian
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 10:31 AM, Evan Koblentz <cctalk at snarc.net> wrote:
>> No, it was not trademarked. Not until VERY recently
>> The legal stuff to do so is underway.
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