On Jan 15, 2008 10:37 PM, Geoff Beasley wrote:
I think Muse is a promising little program. Quite possibly its
problems have to do with its not being widely used; if it could
attract more developers- and a spiffier GUI along the way- it might be
taken more seriously by neophytes and become more of a priority.
Alas, like everyone else, I don't have time to even consider helping
> If I wan't to expose a weakness in LA's audio fabric I'll do so. And this is
It could also be said, though, that the more well-developed things are
the exception, not the rule. That the level of this hole is
sea-level, and the areas which have risen are to be commended heartily
rather than used as a measuring stick.
> As for bug reports I have been very
I agree, and I would love to see it get wider acceptance- I was
specifically told by a devoted Mac musician that lack of software is
his only reason for not embracing Linux- but really, whose
responsibility is it? No one owns Linux. It improves IF someone
decides to fill a need. Perhaps Windows software would say "If you
build it, they will come," but I think Linux is more like, "If they
come, someone will build it."
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