On 18/08/10 02:21, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 01:22:27PM -0400, Felipe Sateler wrote:
On 17/08/10 12:30, Adrian Knoth wrote:
openmovieeditor: Has a new upstream release from 2009, but the project
seems dead. Popcon < 1000.
Movie editors have different target groups and there are not too many of
I care for this, and will pour some love at it if noone else steps up in
a day or two.
stops: Definitions and instrument for aeolus. No upstream release since
2007. Popcon < 200.
vkeybd: A virtual keyboard. No new upstream release. Popcon ~= 350
Those popcon figures are not low compared with figures for other audio pkgs.
Ardour has only 1/3rd of the openmovieeditor score.
Possibly most audio users do not opt-in for popcorn?
I do not believe audio on debian is dead, especially if all the derivatives are
taken into account!
jackd1: 441 (i.e.. jack-audio-connection-kit)
I don't think you can call rosegarden, ardour and jack dead because of those
numbers, the library and -dev numbers might suggest something about the people
who do opt-in to popcon?
Or is it that most audio users are not using the debian pkgs yet, because until
fairly recently these all had much more recent .deb versions available from
outside debian ... the high libjack0 figures may suggest something like that?
With Squeeze getting much more up-to-date stuff (thanks mainly to the efforts
made here!!) this may well change.
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