On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 03:45:31PM -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> hint: the patch to add a new port type to JACK will involve on the
Indeed. But why should anyone submit a patch for an idea that
has already been rejected, in particular if the rejection was
motivated in a way that implicitly condones crappy programming
instead of criticizing it ? What sort of excellence can you
expect if things are decided in that way ? (1)
Don't take this personally, but I've had enough of this sort
of negative argumentation for some time. I do remember the LV2
discussions (2), the Jack session ones, and some others. And
the result is that I go my own way, even if that leads to a
loss of synergy and benefit for all.
(2) The real gem in that case was a remark that representing
the sample rate as a ratio would lead to inefficiency as it
required a (1, one) division.
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