On Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 03:23:40PM +0100, Michael Bohle wrote:
That's just childish. And I say that as 28 years old with only few years
of interest in linux audio.
> I see cleary, there are the an old linuxaudio community, like represented
You are way too fast to make up groups like that.
Ever considered that you actually deal with a bunch of individuals whos
optinions on any little detail might be different or not?
I didn't see anyone saying closed source would be evil. There are
disadvantages to closed source and some of use are not willing to
accept them, either generally or in certain cases.
We saw valid and rational arguments on the pros and cons of starting
new projects instead of joining established ones. Can't you just take
them without going all emotional and setting up a fence?
> The new community, often active musicians, have no problems to get in touch
So not being able to redistribute the VST SDK or native Linux VSTs in
binary form is no problem if you are just pragmatic?
What is pragmatic about ignoring legal problems?