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I should clarify that by standardized I don't mean everything is identical
and there is no choice, but rather that people can come into most
distributions and not need to worry about tweaking the OS in order to get
basic tasks done.
On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 12:32 PM, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
> The problem is that until the experience is much more standardized, no such
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I should clarify that by standardized I don't mean everything is i=
dentical and there is no choice, but rather that people can come into most =
distributions and not need to worry about tweaking the OS in order to get b=
asic tasks done.
=A0 =A0SeabladeOn Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 12:32 PM, Thomas Vecchione <=
The problem is that until the experien=
ce is much more standardized, no such guide can really exist that would hel=
p the majority of people.
Heck just look at the differences needed between =
Ubuntu and RedHat in as far as tweaking the OS. =A0Throw AVLinux in the mix=
, what if one of them doesn't launch on some hardware, etc.
=A0 =A0 =A0SeabladeOn Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Alexandre Prokoudi=
ne <email@example.com> wrote:
On 3/5/11, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
> Once again, the original question that came up in this thread was &quo=
> the cold by the discontinuation of PTLE?"
Write a migration guide and/or do a video about it. *THEN* you can
start evangelizing. Some of people here work in studios or just have
very good gear to use a high-quality material in such a guide. You
don't necessarily have to be a great writer: the text can be rough,
but it will exists and thus can be improved at further iterations.
A draft plan would look like:
1. What Ardour can do (list of features)
2. Basic concepts of Ardour
3. How PTLE concepts map to Ardour concepts (working with tracks,
busses, exporting etc.)
4. Aforementioned PTLE plug-ins to LADSPA/LV2 plug-ins migration
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