Pulse ?

Eric Hedekar afterthebeep at gmail.com
Mon Jan 26 22:19:16 GMT 2009

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 2:04 PM, sandie <sandie at sandgreen.dk> wrote:

> Cory K. wrote:
> >
> > Pulse already shuts off so JACK can start now. As for the WINE part, I
> > have no clue. I don't use it.
> >
> >
> I do :-) and I seriously dont think I'm the only one ?
> > In the end, there are *MANY* things that can be done so that things run
> > smoother for all. Even is they are done by the user later, we can make
> > it easier. Getting involved with Ubuntu Studio Controls
> > (https://launchpad.net/ubuntustudio-controls) is one place. Our
> > resources are so finite it's crazy. You guys just don't know how thin we
> > are stretched. For things to really get better we need more users to
> > turn developers. Nobody wants to hear it but it's true. I was one.
> > Khashayar is our most recent.
> >
> >
> I have nothing but respect for UbuntuStudio, it has been my main os
> since Feisty. I try out other distros once in a while, just to learn
> something new, and none of them comes close to the level of perfection
> that UbuntuStudio has.
> I wish I could do more to help, but theres a long way from making a
> simple script to actualy develop something usefull. I know a little
> Pascal, and have tried to learn things like C+, but my head hurts when I
> try to wrap my brain around it, even compiling a new kernel leaves me
> baffled :-)
> As I mentioned before, I don't hate Pulse, I just cant use it in its
> current state, and althou it might be a "quick fix", I see a
> Pulse-on/off script/program as a temporarely solution so more will be
> able to use UbuntuStudio.
> /Sandie

It should be noted that writing new programs (in C++, pascal, python,
lolcode, or any other language) probably isn't the best way to help
UbuntuStudio (keep in mind, I'm not a dev, but this is what I've been told
from MMA).  Packaging and maintaining packages is probably more benificial
to the project, and it's signifcantly less work than writing new programs.

Here's a nice Youtube tutorial for the beginner packager that I found very
helpful when starting out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKLabbXTqMc


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