[Noisebridge-discuss] autodesk software donation

Rachel McConnell rachel at xtreme.com
Wed Aug 14 22:56:47 UTC 2013


If someone wants to take the time to figure it out, it may be possible 
to get an educational site license for free from Autodesk for some or 
all of those.  Ace did this and now has some Autodesk software available 
for use while at the space.  It's installed on one of the machines there 
but it is also possible to use a copy installed on members/visitors' 
machines while at the location.

Rachel1.0

On 8/14/13 3:53 PM, Jake wrote:
> A nice person named Mike came by noisebridge the other night and
> generously donated shrink-wrapped Autodesk software, brand new in the
> box with the stickers on them.  He won them in a contest but never
> opened them.
>
> Included are the following: (all 2012)
>
> Autodesk Product Design Suite Ultimate
> Autocad Revit architecture suite
> Autodesk Vault Pro
> Autodesk Inventor Publisher
> Autodesk Simulation Mechanical
>
> Is anyone interested in this stuff?  If so please email me.  Ultimately
> the distribution of this software should benefit noisebridge in some way.
>
> Also, if you hate autodesk and autodesk software for any reason,
> consider yourself heard and don't bother to write an email to me or the
> list about that.  This is closed-source software from a corporation that
> has ties to the military, DARPA, etc.  Yes we know.  You should use FOSS
> software instead.  Entertainment purposes only.  See your dealer for
> details.
>
> -jake
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