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Tue Oct 2 10:42:18 UTC 2012
On Mon, 01 Oct 2012 21:15:30 +0200, Scott Lavender
<scottalavender at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 10:17 AM, Ho Wan Chan <smartboyhw at gmail.com>
>> Hi all.
>> In #ubuntustudio today somebody asked if we should add LMMS to it.
>> I agree we need to since it is a crucial part of the system and it
>> takes only about 10 MB of disk space so...
>> BTW I talked to Nicholas Skaggs and the final decision was to dump the
>> manual partitioning and auto-resize testcases and only remain >>the
>> entire disk one along with live session and the forecoming
>> post-installation testcases.
>> Thanks everybody
>> Howard Chan (smartboyhw)
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> I think characterizing this as "a crucial part of the system" might be
> misrepresenting LMMS as I think Ubuntu Studio is quite >functional in
> numerous use cases.
> We should also consider how many people are asking for LMMS. If we
> included every application asked for, we would easily oversize the >4gig
> image. I have been worried about making everyone download extra megs
> (oh, won't someone think of the bandwidth) because one >person said we
> should include something.
> However, I am not opposed to including it. I just want to make sure we
> evaluate the inclusion on it's own merits, that we are >supported a
> complete work flow (i.e. there are no other applications needed to
> support getting the task done), and the user demand >warrants inclusion.
> I look forward to other's input.
I think it's a valid addition.
I know some people prefer this kind of applications to Qtractor or Ardour.
On their homepage they make reference to LMMS being a Linux alternative to
FL Studio. In my experience there are FL Studio people, and then there is
the other kind.
Don't use it myself, but I definitely think it fills a workflow hole for a
good portion of people.
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