On Thu, October 11, 2012 1:18 pm, Paul Davis wrote:
Writing off the Linux Audio platform because some companies are making
money out of the tablet boom is a poor decision. It is inevitable that the
Linux desktop is going to run natively on mobile hardware. Look at the
progress that GTK3 and QT developers are making. ARM support has just been
streamlined for the new 3.6 kernel. AMD's HSA platform and Intels medfield
both support Linux and x86 natively.
Sure Android and iOS have a headstart on market penetration but that is
going to change rapidly.
While the rest of the high end multimedia and graphics world has embraced
Linux it seems the audio industry is still catching up.
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