There not outdated wikis but lazy people that does not update them >>>:-)
> E.g. 64 Studio is a very good audio distro, but there's no new release,
> it's completely outdated and can't be used with e.g. modern PCIe audio
> cards, and compiling several important apps will cause a dependency
It's "just" 2 years ago. My lenny system is quite the same and I find it
very well and healthy ;-)
> JAD mercifully a dead link, because they used enlightenment
And why you center your attention in closed projects? Why don't look at
the ones that are still alive?
> Regarding to NLE video apps, the apps that provide a lot of the needed
> functionality, will cause issues much to often, to use them, when time
> is money.
Then help to correct them :-)
> Pffff, I wonder why people edit a Wiki and then stop maintaining it.
It's a wiki. You find something outdated, you correct it. Complain and
doing nothing is not fair.
> For audio I recommend http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/start only.
Is that a distro?
Linuxaudio.org is a not-for-profit consortium of libre software projects
and artists, companies, institutions, organizations, and hardware vendors
using Linux kernel-based systems and allied libre software for audio-
related work, with an emphasis on professional tools for the music,
production, recording, and broadcast industries.
Well, it seems they list a similar set of Linux distributions, I mean,
similar than Wikipedia's:
> Currently it's outdated, but people already started maintaining it and
> I'll remove dead links ASAP, humanitarian aid and other things for me
> are more important than Linux is, so I'm not in a hurry to write Wikis
> for Linux myself.
> Btw. a quote from this Wiki
> "We are looking for front-end developers, web-designers and
> wiki-administrators to join in.
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And how about Ubuntu Studio? Have tou tested it?
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