Haha, awesome, such enthusiasm!
I've been thinking about making a quick pdf, or video, tutorial as well. So if you wanted to collaborate on that that would be cool. I think that would be a good place to start anyway. That way there's lots of time to identify another project.
Nikorasu Chan <email@example.com> wrote:
This is what I have posted on
the LMMS forum, but I guess it's much better to send it through
here... (I think)
Hi , I am an art student from Malaysia. I have been using LMMS for
quite awhile now, and I fell in love with it. I have experimented
with other commercial DAWs like FL Studio, but none of them
matches the ease of use and the work flow of LMMS!
It makes me wonder though, I really want to help
LMMS in their development and the huge community around it... But,
Well, I am a traditional pencil sketch artist, but
recently I have interest in digital graphics, especially when I
made my full switch over to GNU/Linux Ubuntu. But I don't just do
arts and musics, I also have some basic knowledge of programming
in C++ and Java (I am learning LWJGL and Slick2D). I also take ICT
and Business as my extra subject, and my best scored subject is in
Business. Well, enough of that introduction.
I wanted to help LMMS's development in:
- GUI designs,
- bug tracking and
- making LMMS easier for everyone to use.
I also wanted to help LMMS's community by:
- Providing them free full support the best I could,
- help people with their problems in LMMS,
- make a free tutorial PDF for everyone! and
- make some free domain samples!
I have read around the web regarding join LMMS's
development. I will learn C++, Qt and some other requirements so
that one day I can start helping LMMS developers to make LMMS a
Now with all that spirit, where should I start? The world is too big for
me so I need an advice.
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