Re: How I see it now...
I must admit, I haven't read the whole book. But oen thing is for sure, since I had to pick up TAON lately again and present it at some class, I realized, things changed rapidly since 1999. Back then, there was nearly no Sound/Wav-Editor - Nowadays, there's somewhat plenty. Since I got a hold of you Dave, and I assume you read this, is there any new revision of the book, or is any planned ? My folks at uni asked me, cause they thought about buying the book for the lib.
Anyway, I hope, since ALSA is makign progress, we are going too see some major Multimedia/Audio Applications in the near future.
-Sven (TAON Project)
> Thanks, Jeff, that's a fair review, and
> I appreciate your remarks. A few
> At the time I wrote the book (1999)
> Speak Freely had no proprietary
> components that I was aware of. And yes,
> I should have included at least the
> Bayonne project, but my hardware and
> available network connection could
> barely handle Speak Freely. :)
> == Dave Phillips