Hi, thanks to Holger and Robin for the replies
On Wed, 29 Jun 2011 12:10:51 +0200
Robin Gareus wrote:
thanks for pointing this out, didn't know about that page. This is what
I'll do then
> > I'm pretty
So I'll be deleting the page I created and tagging apps unmaintained
instead... but are you suggesting that a page under /wiki would still
be a good idea? Maybe containing some more detailed explanations than
the "unmaintained" page, like "Kluppe is great but it would greatly
benefit from basic midi support"?
Such a thing could potentially get complicated: shouldn't bugs and
feature requests not pertain the wiki, but the project's pages/authors?
Anyhow, I think the unmaintained page is allready a good resource, I
just think it should be more advertised.
As a more general question to the community, what do you think about
setting up a system where users can donate money for a certain future
to be added to a software (and the devs that do the work get the money)?
The ardour project uses this thing right?
It would be great if such a system could be implemented in a central
place like linuxaudio.org, that way (and with this we get [almost] back
on topic) one could donate money for a dead/unmaintained project to be
resurrected, whereas as it is now I wouldn't know where to donate
money to have say spiral synth modular add a certain future. I think it
would be a nice thing for the community.
What are the pros and cons of such a system?
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