On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 2:56 AM, J. Liles wrote:
> The biggest problem is that there are more people talking than there are
That would be an exaggeration, although I see where you are coming from.
> With very few exceptions, LAD software is not
kinda contradicts this:
> Nobody said the goal of Linux Audio was to replace Non-Linux
> Yes, the many standards/approches can be
Since dawn of times, J.
Creating a complex product requires certain expertise. Acquiring that
expertise is a matter of time and devotion, hence the amount of people
having it is rather small. Divided, they cannot make usable software
> And the problem of there being no such thing as an open source graphic
I really love how bravely you make use of hyperbole :) I'm not sure if
you ever stumbled upon 100% lack of imagination, but I assure you that
there will be people who will understand you literally. And that would
be quite a disaster.
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