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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001186||documentation||2006-02-07 16:52||2007-01-04 19:57|
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|Summary||0001186: Demo Files|
|Description||Thanks for making ardour and open sourcing it , looks like a great tool that will be worth learning.|
The interface has lots of cool features that look vaguely familiar from my windows audio past. I'm not much of a documentation reader and generally prefer to play with examples or demo projects . This lets me see a real world example of how a program is used , from there i can work out the rest myself.
This is particularly important for people migrating platforms who will be unused
to the terminology.
So the feature i would like is : demo files.
They don't need to be supplied with the app , there could be a site for sharing
them ( a bit like the theme sites ) .
For extra bonus points: an automatic retrival system ( like gnome art manager ). For god like adulation: bolt in CVS and allow people to commit patches to the demos or their own works.
For full spectrum dominance: allow people to sell rendered mp3's of their tracks via that site with a percentage going to ardour dev.
I'm not much of an audio programmer but i do open source e-commerce sites
(can you guess ;) so i'd be happy to help make that happen if people where
|Additional Information||using ubuntu dapper drake , it installed beautifully and seems to run happily on my AMD k7 1800+ , 512 MB ram , via chipset and soundcard.|
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