[Ardour-Users] Problem importing *.MID files
f.rech at yahoo.fr
Mon Jul 11 12:02:16 PDT 2011
Le 11/07/2011 17:53, David Kastrup a écrit :
> Paul Davis<paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> writes:
>> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:21 AM, David Kastrup<dak at gnu.org> wrote:
>>> Ardour3b9 refuses to import files with names like "BEGUINE.MID" into
>>> tracks (the canonical file name on DOS floppy disks, more or less a
>>> standard medium for sequencers) even though the file selector gives them
>>> an icon suggesting a music file (two semiquaver notes).
>>> Renaming them into "beguine.midi" will make this work, but I really
>>> think that ardour should recognize the DOS style extensions without
>>> additional prodding.
>> its really not going to work to try to report bugs on this mailing
> Bug Reporting, Discussions etc.
> The first rule of ardour 3 is don't talk about ardour 3 on the forums.
> There's no code of silence here - its just that web forums are
> incredibly inefficient ways for the development team to interact with
> people. So please use these channels to communicate bugs, workflow
> problems, design ideas and anything else to us:
> * the bug tracker/feature request system (http://tracker.ardour.org/)
> * either of the two ardour mailing lists (ardour-dev is probably
> slightly better) (http://ardour.org/support#mlists)
> * our IRC channel, for realtime chat (and chit-chat) (most active
> during daytime US eastern time) (http://ardour.org/support#chat)
> You might want to add "Don't bother reporting bugs. We are not going to
> care. Instead, you need to become a registered member of our
> browser-centric bug reporting squad and manage entering the problem into
> our bug database on your own."
Sorry if you take that in a bad mood, but you're the only one to know if
you want to participate
IIRC that's called "freedom of choice"
All that said friendly --fred
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