QUOTE(Jon_J @ May 23 2006, 05:51 PM)
Why not post milkytracker here, so anyone that wants to try it, can do so?
Some people don't like to have to go "ask" someone if they can try or download something.
Just my 2¢
i'm not positive but i think that Peter did not want it spread around since *it is in testing.
an im only the guy that asked Peter to bring it over to the zaurus, an he did. (rather quickly too!)
i donated a hefty amount of cash, i wanted to show him much it meant to me. since milkytracker is free. but, im the last person on earth a dev would want to have as a beta tester! i dont know what it is, but somehow i always seem to upset developers when i try to test their programs. (i think i might have some expression/communication issues.)
alot of them think of there programs like they are offspring, (i would too) tho im one of those guys that cant seem to word things right, an it always feel like i hurt their feelings somehow by the way i describe bugs an problems.
anyhow, i emailed him the other day but i think he might be on vaction or away for a moment. i do completely agree with you Jon, and im sure it would bring alot more ppl.
last month Peter emailed me version milkytracker_0.90.40_arm.ipk
(the latest one i have)
and it isnt working right, its a bit dodgy, he had did something to make it run better for some other zaurus users but somewhere it got goofed for me, it took me along time to respond, basically i installed it an it took about 5 minutes for me to figure out how to get it to work (something with the audio driver) so then i rebooted an it was still goofing up so then i put it aside for a month. this version does actually work for me to some degree it is more stable but its weird because some of the instruments are not playing right.
If anyone wants to test the version come and join #milkytracker on IRC (Espernet)