On 1/16/12, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
Certainly possible, probably happened before. Doesn't seem to be an
issue with Renoise.
My take on it is that Linux is about freedom, and for me that includes
freedom to use proprietary software when I want/ if it's most
appropriate. I use Linux primarily because I like the OS. I also use a
lot of GNU/GPL software and have written and contributed to GNU/GPL
software - which will be what I primarily use if I can.
For me: Windows is crap because it does things behind-the-scenes that
are non-user editable - i.e. installing a load of files all over the
place which can't be removed/traced easily, registry bloat, inability
to lock things down effectively,.
Mac - really forces the user to do everything the "Mac" way. Trying to
do non-standard things is very difficult/impossible.
Linux is very configurable, has performance that doesn't degrade, and
I can usually work out how any single bit of the OS is operating if
Having proprietary software available only increases the
Of course everyone has different reasons for using Linux. Vive la difference!
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