On Fri, 2013-08-16 at 12:07 -0700, J. Liles wrote:
Then I get it ;). It's a disclaimer.
> It's about protecting programmers from litigious, self-entitled
You can't present children at Halloween candy bars with razor blades in
them and a disclaimer and guess you're off the hook.
I don't care about the abilities that Linux audio apps might have or not
have, but about a quality level for Linux. That something is a gift
doesn't mean there is no demand on e.g. privacy. If somebody makes
something public, even for free as in beer, there are still rules, laws
to take into account. If a coder does not want to take care about rules
and laws, the coder better don't release his software. _Again_ I'm not
talking about the abilities of Linux audio apps, I'm thinking of data
Dialog is needed if quality should raise, the other way, no dialog and
use it or don't use it is legitimate too, don't get me wrong. I only
want to point out, that the argument that something is free as in beer,
doesn't mean that there are no quality standards.
I programmed audio software myself ages ago and when I gave it away for
free I didn't care about it's quality as much as I do care when I give
away a power supplies for free.
Something that is for free still shouldn't be dangerous crap.
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