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Re: [Traverso-devel] Next release

From: ben levitt
Subject: Re: [Traverso-devel] Next release
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 15:34:37 -0400

I agree!  I'll even come out of hiding to help a bit too.  I'd love to
get the track/song folding features released, since I like using them.

Remon, should I work to fix the bug where song folding no longer moves
markers?  Last time I asked this, you were still working on some
related changes, and suggested I wait.  :)


On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Nicola Döbelin <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm glad to see that some of you have plans to work on Traverso in the near
> future. As you may have noticed, the last few months have been relatively
> quiet, mainly because Remon, the driving force in the project, has taken a
> time-out to concentrate on his new job. From what I've heard he enjoys his
> regular income now ;-) and I wish him all the best and a lot of success. I'm
> sure he will have more time for Traverso again once the dust has settled.
> Our latest release was in december 2007, and the most obvious changes since
> then are the GUI modifications. I mainly focused on making it a bit more
> 'standard compliant', better integration in KDE/Gnome and OS X, and better
> scaling on huge and tiny screens. Now that this work is complete, Remon and I
> agreed that it would be a good time for a new minor release once the remaining
> bugs in the zooming code and some painting issues are sorted out. If we
> release soon, we'll have several months time to work on bigger changes
> afterwards. (I'm not a big fan of strict time-based release schedules, but an
> interval of 6-9 months seems to be ideal to keep the user base interested.)
> One feature which should have high priority for the next major release, as the
> longer we wait, the more it will become a show-stopper, is latency
> compensation. It seems to be rather complex, and frankly I have no clue how to
> implement it in a way that it also works with the fanciest routing setups in
> future. Any help is desperately needed. If you have experience, advices, or
> ideas regarding latency compensation, please let us know.
> What do you guys think of these plans? Comments are welcome.
> Best regards, and thanks to everyone who contributed to the project.
> Nicola
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