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Damn Reply-To-All, yet again.
On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 6:56 PM, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
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I guess my thought was that people who want to use audio
professionally are less likely to make decisions based on what
requires the least effort, which seems to be the main bragging point
for OSX as well as the main complaint about Linux.They are more likely to choose what works for them.Which
for many people OS X works for them out of the box.=A0 Linux doesn't ev=
come close at this point to doing so out of the box for most people.
So lets say I am an audio professional about to upgrade, ignoring
financial things for the moment for various reasons.=A0 I have a choice.=A0
I can either go with OS X and get an experience that works out of the
box for what I need it to.=A0 Or I can go with Linux and spend hours
learning a new OS and tinkering with the commandline, before I can even
start to work professionally.
For many people there isn't much choice there.=A0 =A0 =A0 =