I doubt it. Mac people seem to not give a shit that some of us are far
too poor to ever afford a Mac.
yeah. this is the "american way of life". but seriously, I don't think
that money is the problem, because actually it is not really so much
more expensive. I bought a mac, because everybody I work with uses them.
so it was peer pressure. and, hey, after the 3rd kernelpanic/crash
this week I start to like it. lol!
jitter is the reason for me to run max, and better grafic drivers for
video (YUV! quicktime) is the reason to run it on a mac.
and 998 arguments convince me to do everything else in pd.
On 2/17/07, Matteo Sisti Sette <matt...@email.it> wrote:
Please note, that works must be compatible with Macintosh computers in
either QuickTime, max/MSP, Flash, Firefox or Safari.
If a competition allows to submit music generators made in Max/MSP, but
disallows submitting music generators made in PureData, then why is such
an announcement relevant to pd-announce ?
While I'm not affiliate in any way to Infinite Composing, and while I do
hate the fact they don't allow PD patches (and don't understand why - do
they ignore that pd can run on a mac?), I guess that some "pd artists"
be able and willing to port their pd patches to max/msp in order to
them to the call...