On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 13:20:58 +0100, Marek Peteraj wrote:
Not me. Where's my burger...
And why would anyone do this? What do they gain? 1 (potentially) happy
customer? And a risk that you'll give the info away and whatever their
secret is will be out of the bag.
There's no value for them in doing this. If they don't want the
ingredients for their secret sauce known by other burger makers then
you cannot release the driver as Open Source, can you? It only helps
you and not the community at large.
> > Over twenty years this basic policy, started by a small bunch of nutters, has
And yours had one. It said 'suitable for Windows and Mac operating
system users'. Nothing more.
Go for it. I'll sign up, depending on what the petition actually says.
I won't take part in threatening RME or any other company. The world
is too small and life is too short. I've been very impressed with RME
You're not being forced to. You're being forced to find a supported
piece of hardware. Unfortunately there aren't that many hence my and
Lee Revell's earlier threads on doing an Open Source hardware
(Oh, by the way, if RME is reading this and other similar threads then
they probably don't like us making our own and that would't be helping
you get any specs at all from them. For that I apologize.)
Wow! It appears that there are very few options in your world.
We can work together to find them I think...