Maybe I'm being stubborn, but either way, I don't see a problem. My
understanding is anyone can freely click through the license and
download the SDK to compile from source, and that binaries can be
freely distributed. Like I said, it's not 100%-no-strings-attached
free, but it's also not a bad alternative considering how extremely
well-supported the standard is.
I also want to point out that even though Steinberg could've taken the
2.4 SDK offline to force people to adopt 3.0 that they didn't. So I
think they do listen to the needs of users and developers at least to
some extent, which makes the adoption of something like this less
worrisome in my mind.
But, this is derailing the topic...
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:24 AM, Devin Anderson