Uhhh... are you serious??
Maybe you could make a QML port that could run on Ubuntu Touch. That
would be so incredible to have a DAW on your PHONE!!
but seriously... please port it to Ubuntu Touch, that would convince me
that I *want* a smart phone. I want an LMMS smart phone!!!! I want to
make beats on my phone!!! Besides QML can port to Android. It might
port to iPhone too, but who cares about iPhone? It is the IE of
Thanks for replying, though that makes the tedious pbuilder scripts, and
bzr hoopla more intersting.
On 08/21/2013 09:42 PM, Emilio Coppola wrote:
> We should create a fork for the new LMMS generation, I'm also pissed
> off with this anarchy of people commiting things to nowhere. It's only
> slowing down the process of one of the best DAWs I can use on Linux.
> 2013/8/21 Israel <israeldahl@... <mailto:israeldahl@...>>
> should be updated, seriously. I know we can read changelogs and be
> interested in that, but the 'latest' news is that 0.4.9 was released.
> Secondly, I never received input about certain features being
> implemented sooner or later... so I am simply going ahead and going to
> try to get this version (0.4.15) in tonight for the feature freeze. I
> have been extremely busy, so I hope I am not too late :) as the
> MIDI fix
> is WELL worth getting it in.
> I also still have the question about the icon. Will the icon be
> anytime soon? I know there was talk a few months (maybe even half a
> year ago... maybe longer) about choosing a new icon, but htat issue
> faded away, and I haven't heard anything about it.
> Any feedback would be most appreciated. Either way, I am sure
> glad the
> major issue with Ubuntu (no menu/Dash item) has been fixed. I still
> have never received a satisfactory answer about the software-center
> displaying it in the correct area, but it will still appear when the
> user installs it, which is a huge bonus. I hope to shoot for a REALLY
> good version of lmms for the next LTS 14.04. I like some of the
> talk about some features I have always wanted (the "Patch for
> remembering audio file playback last-played position"). Anyhow,
> everyone for all your hard work. I suppose one day my coding skills
> will be good enough to do more than simply updating the package for
> Ubuntu, and making music with it.
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