In the long term, is there a plan to support mswindows? I'm a asking this since buzztrax could potentially attract buzz users, and it would be easier for them to make the transition if they don't also have to change their OS immediately. As I understand the situation, the main problem remaining is gstreamer, which isn't very well portable/ported to mswindows. -- Bohan 18:51, 23 Sep 2005 (CEST)
I wouldn't call it a plan yet ;). Anyway the good news is the gstreamer runs better and better on windows. If there is a developer who likes to help us doing a windows version he would get all our support. Right now we focus on getting the linux version running. ensonic 20:48, 25 Sep 2005 (CEST)
Besides, strong software will make Linux more desireable (e.g. like when users decide to get OSX after realizing windows sucks, now they will get Linux! :)
I think it'd be cool if there could be a subdomain for Buzztrax plugins. like plugins.buzztrax.org where users can submit plugins and distribute them either for free, or for a price that they can choose, and a portion of the profits goes towards development of the main program, which would always be opensource and free.
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