Catch up on stories from the past week (and beyond) at the Slashdot story archive

 



Forgot your password?
typodupeerror
For the out-of-band Slashdot experience (mostly headlines), follow us on Twitter, or Facebook. ×
Software

+ - Lead Ardour developer laid off

taybin writes: "The lead developer for Ardour has been notified that at the end of January, Solid State Logic will no longer pay for him to developer Ardour full time. Their sponsorship only lasted 10 months. They had reaffirmed their commitment to the Ardour platform as recently as November in a press release at the AES audio conference. The offical statement from Ardour is here."
Music

+ - Solid State Logic fires Paul Davis

thorwil writes: "After only about a year of employing Paul Davis (former 2nd employee at amazon.com), SSL cancels the sponsoring of Ardour (the only serious digital audio workstation on Linux), stating a "conflict of interest". The project is now looking for new sponsorship to keep development going at a good pace. See Ardour Seeks New Sponsorship."
OS X

+ - Finally, FUSE on OS X

Blago writes: "Google has made available the first public release of MacFUSE. For the lazy folks, there is also a precompiled binary version that ships with sshfs, ntfs-3g (r/w), ftpfs (r/w FTP), wdfs, cryptofs, encfs, bindfs, unionfs , and beaglefs. Just download, uncompress and rsync."

The computer is to the information industry roughly what the central power station is to the electrical industry. -- Peter Drucker

Working...