On 25/11/2014 23:10, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 11/25/2014 06:53 AM, Abrolag wrote:
>> Without mentioning any names, I am highly relieved this is over! What I can 
>> say
>> is that from a musician's point of view Rosegarden is totally in another 
>> league
>> and leaves them all behind in clouds of dust.

For what it's worth, I can only second that. And will add in the day 
Rosegarden was one of the strong motivations to 'seriously' use and 
eventually switch to Linux. Rosegarden is still one of my favourite 
music software tools...

> This is nice contrast to the usual "don't use Rosegarden because" stuff
> I'm used to reading.  I gave up participating in the wider community,
> because I got tired of every positive thing I had to say getting
> instantly shot down and dumped on.
> I'm glad Ted showed up to keep the project simmering.  I'm starting to
> face the reality that I am more or less gone now.  Even the Rosegarden
> rose I keep using for the splash screen is ailing, as the surrounding
> garden area is massively overgrown now.

... And all this wouldn't be possible without the dedication of people 
like Michael and all the other free software developers whom I am always 
very grateful to for makin all this possible.


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