mira.mikes at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 12:05:21 UTC 2015
2015-09-15 11:57 GMT+02:00 IOhannes m zmölnig (Debian/GNU)
<umlaeute at debian.org>:
> On 2015-09-15 10:15, Jaromír Mikeš wrote:
>> 2015-09-15 9:46 GMT+02:00 Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk>:
>>> If you mean encourage upstream to offer out-of-band download and then
>>> _not_ package those drumkits for Debian to "safe packager's load" then I
>>> find that a very bad idea: Our users should be able to use our package
>>> management system APT to install and keep up-todate their code, not do
>>> custom house-keeping for drumkits -
I am not convinced that "create 'drumkit' dir download there whatever
you want and use it" is discomfort for users
Also I think that drumkit files are more "filing" than really code
>> What I am suggesting is not unusual in digital audio world. ( Win and
>> Mac - I am working on these regularly)
> that's mainly because the poor win and mac users don't have Debian.
> i don't think it is an argument.
I have done this many times on Debian too and I don't think that I am
poor user because of it.
It wasn't meant as argument just wanted to show what is practise
elsewhere and didn't found it bad neither saw complains from others.
>> Everybody wants to have different sound than his musician colleague ;)
>> (personal experience)
> hmm, no: everybody wants to have the TR-808
Ok ;) Than we have a candidate for default drumkit?
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