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> Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
We'd love you (anyone, of course) to make some tests and we're open to new
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2011/9/13 david <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
=A0 =A0Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Hi all, dear LAUers.
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0I've been doing some testing with Musix 3 beta (based o=
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Squeeze)
=A0 =A0Where did you get Musix 3 Beta? I can't find anything higher th=
=A0 =A02.1 at their site.
=A0 =A0-- =A0 =A0 David
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We're working on it right now, there some testing versions here:
That wiki page is new for people who wants to colaborate that is not in the=
collaborator/developer's list. There wasn't such a list before. So=
rry but no english version yet, but soon I hope.
We've been developing version 3 for some time now, and the reports have=
been quite favorable, but we'd like to work on it some more. I myself =
hope to include some basic apps I've developed, and take the opportunit=
y to release them on Github or similar. But as always... time is what is ne=
Ah, thanks for the news and the link. I like Musix, even though the last on=
e that worked on my musicbox was a beta of Musix 2. The production version =
of 2 somehow lost the ability to work with the boring old Intel video hardw=
are that the beta knew how to work with.
Anyway, I look forward to testing Musix 3!
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