[vorbis-dev] high frequencies response
kwright at gis.net
Fri Oct 11 00:08:59 PDT 2002
> From: xiphmont at xiph.org (Monty)
> I'm really getting sick of the general sense of entitlement
> people seem to be growing when something isn't exactly what
> they want. How *dare* we not have perfect code, perfect docs,
> and everything completed today. You submitted a few patches.
> Great (and I mean that!) I've been working on this for nearly
> ten years. I don't give free blowjobs too.
Oh, that's sad. I _only_ give free ones. For a while Linus was
using the slogan "software is like sex, it's better when it's
free". It never caught on with the business "community".
Tor-Einar Jarnbjo seems to have gotten a bit too frustrated
staying up late at night trying to get his program working.
There is a vast silent majority out here who is extremely
grateful for the work you have put into this, but does not speak
up often for fear of wasting a minute of your time, which we
would rather were spent doing some technical work. Don't let one
whiner turn you against humanity.
I am learning much from reading what is there, and take the gaps
as a challenge to contribute. I have not yet understood enough
to be useful, but the time spent reading code, tracking down
references, and thinking about it, was well spent because I have
learned more than I ever would from downloading a perfect
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