On 10/11/2012 01:21 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
I disagree. The session management evolution was (and still is) very
important to leverage the non-monolithic software available on Linux
system with an at least bearable amount of comfort.. We can hope that
large do-it-all monolithic programs will find their way to Linux
eventually, but I wouldn't hold my breath. IMHO it makes much more sense
to concentrate on that which open source excels on: Small, modular,
software that can be combined in new and ingenious ways.. I must admit
to having lost track of the session management discussion a while ago
(after I added jack_session support to some software of mine - then I
got a 9-5 job that made my life miserable, cause I didn't have the
energy for linux audio anymore ;D), but I'm curious towards what NSM et.
al. have to offer...
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