On Thu, 2007-12-13 at 07:28 -0500, drew Roberts wrote:
My guess is that most don't. I don't. I know that my software isn't in
any way as significant as the likes of Ardour and Rosegarden so I may
not be very representative, but on the other hand there are lots of
other people writing free audio software who have never done anything on
that scale and probably never will either. I see it as a hobby. If I had
to do it full time I would probably get bored rather quickly.
Also, the "free" as in "no money needed" is a big reason for me to use
free software, though not the only one. I don't pay for using free
software, and I don't expect anyone to pay me for using mine.
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