… which brings up a couple of questions in my opinion :
- if there are changes / enhancements made to the source code, shouldn’t they
be available to the whole community ? At least on a ‚own risk‘ base ?
- Shouldn’t the source code be available to everyone who thinks he/she can use
it for enhancements of their own Tango installation ?
- Wouldn’t it be great if we could do something like a ‚community project'
where programmers are willing to work on a certain part part to fix problems or
get the software to support current DAW functionalities ?
I don’t think this is a easy task and sure time consuming but might be of value
to a lot of us remaining Tango users.
Since I haven’t had the chance to look a the code, I cannot tell (for myself)
if it would be do-able.
AFAIR there once was a discussion about hiring a programmer to make the Tango
software up-to-date product that everyone having a Tango can use.
Maybe not for free, but we all like our Tangos and would like them to be a tool
for us as well in the future.
I know of other communities where a couple if the members are developing soft-
and hardware and make them available to everyone.
What do you guys think ?
Am 07.01.2021 um 09:11 schrieb James D'Arcy <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Thank you Chris. I will do so.
On Thu, 7 Jan 2021, 6:58 pm Chris Palmer, <chrispalmer3000@xxxxxxxxx
Jan can be contacted at janmorgenstern.com <http://janmorgenstern.com/>.
I know he did some work on the source code for his Tango-2 which also worked
on my Tango-1.
On Thu, 7 Jan 2021, 00:37 James D'Arcy, <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I have recently had a Tango fall in my lap and I'd like to have a look at the
source code if at all possible. I can see a few threads that mention the code
is being managed by Jan Morgenstern. Would it be possible for someone to
connect me with him please?
I have over 25 years experience as a c++ programmer working in distributed
environments and I am wondering if I can be of assistance with the
maintenance of the system.