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On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Egor Sanin wrote:
> I shall contiribute my voice, too.
An interesting point. As a though experiment: pretend you are a musician;
if someone came to you asking you to rewrite your song to better suit their
listening needs, how would you respond?
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On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Egor Sanin <=
I shall contiribute my voice, too.
On 8/16/13, hermann meyer <brummer-@w=
It is important to note that time is a finite quantity in the physica=
reality we are all a part of. =C2=A0This fact limits the amount of "wo=
any one person can perform.
"Work" can be of different types. =C2=A0The comment above suggest=
s to me
the opinion that the "work" of developers is of higher value beca=
to become a developer one has to "move their ass." =C2=A0The prob=
this statement when talking about audio software is that just having
the software is pointless. =C2=A0The software is made to be used to create<=
music, or at least some sort of audio output. =C2=A0People producing this
output, often called musicians, also need to do a lot of "work." =
be a musician, one must also "move their ass."
The "work" of musicians is different, but no less valuable than t=
"work" of developers, so let's not get our egos too hot here.=
because one person does not have enough time to perform developer
"work" because most of his time is spent doing musician "wor=
research the amount of music that OP has produced with Linux audio
software) is no reason to make him a scapegoat.
And a not on the "goal" of OP's podcasts (I am not speaking f=
rather simply providing my interpretation): a piece of criticism is
usually created to generate discussion. =C2=A0In the most basic form, this<=
is enough of a reason to do something.
An interesting point. As a though expe=
riment: pretend you are a musician; if someone came to you asking you to re=
write your song to better suit their listening needs, how would you respond=