[PD] plugin~ external
colet.patrice at free.fr
Sat Jun 12 07:47:33 CEST 2010
hmmm, in fact you are completely right, I wouldn't like that someone overwrite my objects,
at least without a discussion about it.
I don't know how this happen in "pd-community", i'm not really a "coder",
but just a "user" that have sometimes to put the fingers in the code when there is something wrong,
or something not understood; pd is a door opened to the marvellous world of C and DSP.
I also wouldn't like that this door closes as the code becomes more and more cryptic,
or unreadable, because of the use of too much elaborated or just undocumented code,
unless someone explains it, as fully as possible.
Seriously, pd is far from being a professional tool, it's educational, always the same discussion...
----- ydegoyon at gmail.com a écrit :
> >>> true,
> >>> only someone wanting to take over
> >>> should override some basic pd objects no?
> >> Because some pd basic objects doesn't work very good.
> >> We often experience this.
> > and so what? because your objects work better?
lol, me! never... I just a complainer.
> > it's just not civilized to overwrite any other's object in my
> > then you'll understand what is social engineering
> > and respecting people in a community right?
> > ciao,
> > sevy
> to me, the pd commuity has become as a rat race since 3 years at
> when it was said it could replace MAX, but for 'free'
> not freedom of thought note...
> well exactly and become a competitive professional tool,
> it's just loosing all the spirit of open source here...
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