Subject: RE: [linux-audio-user] monophonic audio -> MIDI
From: Will Benton (willb_AT_cs.wisc.edu)
Date: Thu Sep 12 2002 - 21:07:42 EEST
On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 12:40, Mark Knecht wrote:
> This sort of tribalism gets us nowhere. My view - we're here because we
> have an interest in audio under Linux and sometimes you have to look outside
> of what exists in this environment to figure out where you're going.
I can appreciate where you're coming from here, and don't disagree that
looking at applications on other environments is a good way to gauge
what might be useful to develop on Linux. However, I don't think that
relying on Windows applications improves the state of Linux audio for
> Flames -> /dev/null. If you don't like the content of an email on a
> reflector, do what I do, delete it or start a flame war. My inputs were
> given in a positive manner. wb chose the second.
Please, call me Will.
I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings, but I don't think it's productive to
second-guess my motives. I've been on the internet for a long time, and
I've seen a lot of flames. I don't know that most people would
characterize my response to your message as a flame. (On the other
hand, I guess a similar number of people would characterize "just use
Google" replies to a query as "flaming", so perhaps we're even after
Now we're completely OT for this (or likely any) list. In any case, I
will be more specific in the future when I am looking for Linux-native
-- Will Benton | "Die richtige Methode der Philosophie wäre eigentlich willb_AT_acm.org | die: Nichts zu sagen, als was sich sagen läßt...."
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