>> 'Are Linux users lemmings collectively jumping off of the cliff of reliable, well-engineered commercial software?'
>> -- Matt Welsh
> That is a funny quote. Can you find the rest of it so that we can put
> it into context? This snippet seems like it is the punch line to a joke
> (reliable, well-engineered commercial software is a punch line more
> often than it is not).
I don't know the context, but Matt Welsh should be pro Linux
doubt, it's an ironically statement pro Linux.
Btw. I'm using several search engines, but unfortunately the best hits
regarding to searches about Linux issues are given by the original Google.
> I know youngish people in their 20's
> who are far more comfortable with analogue gear. It all depends on what
> kind of work flow that you want.
A friend writing the http://www.cosmiclava.de/ ezine some days ago
confirmed that lot of bands he's in touch with only use analog equipment.
>> It's not only that
>> for Linux < and > are allowed signs for file names, but also that even
>> the poster child of Linux audio apps seems to fail.
> Like I said before, all OSs have similar issues.
Fortunately it wasn't Ardour, but because Bob did the backup to a FAT32
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