On Sat, 2013-09-21 at 19:32 +0000, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
He read all mails by himself, nobody commented the mails in the archive
for him or sent him manipulative, incomplete quoted mails. As a result
he removes his fork from github.
There is clear hostility against him, when reading all the mails. Sure,
now it is misinterpretation of the content of all those mails.
You the OP, Fons, didn't contact him, but started with reproaches .
Now that the fork is dead, it's unfair to claim there never was
Btw. not all mails are hostile against him, but terrifying many mails.
It has come to my attention that there are ATM at least two
'forks' of Aeolus. The first by the MuseScore team, the second
by one Maurizio Gavioli.
Neither of them even had the decency to let me know of their
work, and both are taking Aeolus in a direction I do not
approve of. Gavioli has even added his 'copyright' to the
sources of the libraries that Aeolus depends on but which
are not part of its source distribution. Apparently the
intention is to release incompatible versions of those as
If this is typical for the attitude taken by the Linux Audio
community then my motivation to contribute to it will take
a serious blow.
As announced previously, there will be a fully reworked
release of Aeolus next year (on the occasion of its 10th
birthday). Apart from major improvements to the audio code
it will be completely OSC controlled. None of this will be
compatible with the forks of course, they'll find themselves
instantly obsolete. And I will make sure that this sort of
thing won't happen again, even if that means a more restrictive
A world of exhaustive, reliable metadata would be an utopia.
It's also a pipe-dream, founded on self-delusion, nerd hubris
and hysterically inflated market opportunities. (Cory Doctorow)" -
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