On Tue, 2007-02-27 at 15:23 +0100, Michael Bohle wrote:
pointless, not evil. there are also licencing issues. you ignore that.
the idea of bringing vst to linux is flawed like the idea of bringing
democracy to the middle east, but you will notice that short enough.
> The new community, often active musicians, have no problems to get in touch
great! maybe your naive approach to these issues will actually rule out
all these well-thought arguments!
you seem to forget why linux exists in the first place. if we have to
give up the values that created this operating system in order to get
where we want, it isn't worth it. you are helping to create a second
windows. again, i did not move away from windows to have that golden
cage follow me! i hate debugging black boxes! i hate working with
binaries built from code i am not allowed to read or modify! i hate bug
reports from users using closed source plugins within my application (so
does the kernel team, check their bugzilla 'enter new bug' page for a
smile) this is a PRAGMATICAL question, not a question of good and evil,
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