ozuusually you have to
ozu- tar cf packagename-VERSION.tar.gz packagename-VERSION
ozuand then you are good to go! That's why I never use services, because sooner or later something is gonna break
ozuhey I saw you on the credits in https://github.com/jatinchowdhury18/AnalogTapeModel good job!
ozuhowever with LMMS implementing LV2 in the next version, it is also possible that I will return to it after many years
kottvvnice to hear)
kottvvaside form daw stuff, how are you?
kottvvscore? afaik "studio one" has decent score editor, but I never use it
kottvvmusescore is the best :)
ozuI have a local mirror, yes. I haven't updated it in a while, it's at around 5 GB. Now it's probably even bigger
kottvvmost of juce packages are branches
ozuI am fine too. How are your C++ studies going?
kottvvwhy we are against the branches from my repo? :)
ozuGeekosDAW is modular, we want people to branch our packages and if possible contribute. This way it's simpler.
ozuif you notice none of my packages are branched from ozu :) we are not against branching, of course, we do it for many packages, but that's only for repos belonging to non-members. Since you are a full team member, you can work directly on our repo. Of course, you can put yourself in the copyright notice at the top of each .spec
kottvvI use branching for convinience. As I update juce repo very often it requires no actions for pushing in GDAW (just triggering services sometimes), with separate packages I have to 1 submit request, 2 accept request and it annoy a little bit :)
kottvvIf you tell me where i can find a users feedback on GDAW😆
kottvvwell, yes, telegram https://t.me/geekosdaw
ozuI understand. But you can directly work on the gdaw repos if the change is unlikely to break something. For example, when I do simple lv2 packages with few dependencies, I work directly on the gdaw package. You could work on kill_it and then submit only for the big packages or those which are likely to break after updating
ozuyes, Telegram is where we get most of our feedback. Initially there were only Italian users but now there's people from all over the world. I am sad that you can't join, this wasn't something we wanted: most of our users just use Telegram and would not easily switch to something else. I hope that now that Matrix is becoming more popular, we will be able to bring more users on Matrix! As for matrix, I can't kick this annoying Gitter bot. Can you make a new geekosdaw channel and invite me there, please?
kottvvmaybe this will work
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