[linux-audio-user] RE: Linux sampler projects
dave at pawfal.org
Mon Feb 23 18:23:26 EST 2004
On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 21:13, Pete Bessman wrote:
> At Mon, 23 Feb 2004 12:01:33 -0800,
> Matthew Allen wrote:
> > Pete, please keep on doing whatever the hell it is you want to
> > do. It was great getting in this morning and having a freshmeat
> > announcement with an update of specimen. This mail is not a feature wish
> > list for specimen (or for anyones sampler) this is just what I like
> > sampler wise.
> Well, I'm certainly not going to stop coding, and I'm quite interested
> in what features other people find useful because I'll probably find
> them useful as well (and then implement them).
On a more general point, people pestering for features, submitting bug
reports and generally making a nuisance of themselves can cause what
starts out as a simple pet project into something much bigger and
grander thing (as is happening here).
As users of free (music) software, you don't have to pay for the use of
this stuff, but you do have more of a responsibility (i reckon) than
users of costlyware to contribute useful criticsm and feature requests
etc to authors - it doesn't mean they'll take your advice, or that it
will happen overnight, but it might some day :)
Use the advantages free software gives you basically...
I'll get off the old soapbox now :)
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