ccherrett wrote:I base this idea off of the Bible. I would hardly call it baseless. I am promised through the word of God that I will suffer persecution.
i2productions wrote: Most of these users have abandoned Windows and Mac for a reason.
zettberlin wrote:I' d recommend all to tone down the discussion a bit and the OOM-devs to cut their promises back to size, talk openly about problems and please, for your own good: rewrite the texts on your website in the state of absolute sobriety.
jeffh wrote:Ardour3: It's vapor-ware. Sorry, but I can't wait another 10 years for a stable 3.0 release to materialize.
For a project that does such an excellent job of funding itself, I would have expected proper MIDI support a long time ago, but instead it's always "we may not be able to finish Ardour3 at all, because $5000/month donations just isn't enough". I've earmarked thousands of dollars to donate to projects this year, why should I give any to them when they don't have MIDI yet and others do?
Qtractor: (...) doesn't seem interested in taking Qtractor to the next level to be competitive with "the big boys", it's more of a hobby for him. Maybe someday some team of developers will fork it into something amazing.
It's a nice piece of software with a lot of potential, I'm interested to see what they do with it. I don't have any insights to offer about the developers themselves.
raboof wrote:Well, they did release 3 beta versions in the past 6 months - there's probably plenty of projects that are less productive, though I haven't looked at how much actually changes between beta's.
raboof wrote:While I'm not entirely comfortable with fundraising, I'm definitely ready to cut them some slack here because Paul Davis is a prominent active member of the community, participating with insightful and reasonable posts on the LAD list and maintaining one of the main cornerstones of Linux audio, JACK.
raboof wrote:Just because Rui doesn't pose such bold goals doesn't mean he will not reach them . If some developers would be interested in giving the project a boost, it's not unlikely they could contribute to the project without having to fork.
raboof wrote:a friendly, civil and intelligent bunch
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