From: Marek M. <wansti@gm...> - 2007-01-21 00:24:30
I haven't been following the mailing list for a while, so I only found
out recently that Rosegarden has been made project of the month in
December. Congrats on that!
I was flattered when I read in the interview that you stated the fact
that "some of the game music for SuperTux was done using Rosegarden" as
a "notable example of how people are using your software". This is a
real honor, thank you!
We just released SuperTux 0.3.0, a preview of the upcoming major release
(Milestone 2). The preview features more than 10 tracks that were made
using Rosegarden, Milestone 2 will probably have a few more. The .rg
source files aren't currently available for download, but of course I'll
send them to anyone who is interested.
From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2007-01-21 01:38:10
On Saturday 20 January 2007 7:24 pm, Marek M. wrote:
> a "notable example of how people are using your software". This is a
> real honor, thank you!
Sort of a circular honor. It's an honor to be used for music for a game as
cool as SuperTux. :)
I'll have to check out the new milestone. It's funny. I got a Nintendo DS
for Father's Day or something, and the *only* game I've found to play on it
is the new 2D Mario game. Everything else is just too much for this geezer's
brain. As such, SuperTux is one of the few Linux games I have actually
played for more than 30 seconds at a time.
D. Michael McIntyre