Re: [LAD] Interoperability between session management systems

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To: hermann meyer <brummer-@...>
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Date: Sunday, February 24, 2013 - 9:42 am

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On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 9:13 PM, hermann meyer wrote:

> Am 24.02.2013 06:02, schrieb J. Liles:

You're not making any sense. Why would I waste my time trying to make
something which is already 100% modular and independent appear to be more
so? You clearly have some rather fundamental misunderstanding of what's
involved here. All Non-DAW etc have in common with NSM is that they share
the same author and happen to work together. If that's too much integration
for you, well then you must have some very strange motives.

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On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 9:13 PM, hermann=
meyer <brummer-@web.de> wrote:

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Am 24.02.2013 06:02, schrieb J. Liles:

I stated it out already i=
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a other thread: without ever been released as NSM (means
available as tarball, or what ever, with ONLY NSM included), I
wouldn't support it.

This is stupid. What difference does it make what other programs
are in the source repository? Distributions can and should
package the programs individually. Also, NSM clients require
from the NSM server implementation. There is no libnsm to link
to etc. This is the definition of a non-issue.

So be it for you.
For me, a session management which I will support in my projects,
have to be released as such. Otherwise I wouldn't waste my time wit=
h
it. period.

You're not making any sense. Why would I waste m=
y time trying to make something which is already 100% modular and independe=
nt appear to be more so? You clearly have some rather fundamental misunders=
tanding of what's involved here. All Non-DAW etc have in common with NS=
M is that they share the same author and happen to work together. If that&#=
39;s too much integration for you, well then you must have some very strang=
e motives.

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[LAD] Interoperability between session management systems, Johannes Kroll, (Sat Feb 23, 4:01 pm)
Re: [LAD] Interoperability between session management systems, David Robillard, (Sat Feb 23, 11:36 pm)
Re: [LAD] Interoperability between session management systems, David Robillard, (Sat Feb 23, 11:45 pm)
Re: [LAD] Interoperability between session management systems, Roy Vegard Ovesen, (Sun Feb 24, 10:58 am)
Re: [LAD] Interoperability between session management systems, J. Liles, (Sun Feb 24, 9:42 am)