The car park and the coffee room.
The car park and the coffee room.
This is why I don't get a nephrologist to fix my car.
It's aliens. And if they like Donald Trump I'd say that's an asset, not a liability.
He was really asking: How can I get people to work for me, for free.
I am not sure if this was his intention or if it was just a clumsy way to ask, but yeah, this is how it came across to me and why I was annoyed by it. In the end it would have been the
Are we speaking the same language? I'm not sure "petition" means what you think it means.
But sweet Jesus are nerds here sensitive.
English is not my first language, but I have never seen petition used in the sense of "just asking". "A petition is a request to do something" says Wikipedia.
No, see TFS:
Somebody I know has been searching
. dryriver was the one who posted to
FWIW, I agree that the "asshole" response was inappropriate, but IMHO the
Maybe "in effect" if you discard the tone and the total lack of any effort by the submitter. If what he really intended to ask, as you suggest, 'is there an "ideas bank" for software somewhere on the net where people who have a specific suggestion can place it, and programmers who are looking for ideas can go to get suggestions from other people', he did not even invest the effort to come up with a question as good as that; which is the minimum he should have done if he values other people's time at least as much as his own.
He also could have added what precisely he had researched so far and why the results were not satisfactory, why he does not simply hire a freelance coder (for which the web search terms are obvious), and what he would offer to an open source project taking up his idea (e.g., money or contributions to specification or testing).
Sorry, typo: Note*
Not the "dryriver writes" and the quote around his words. "This is a good place
Except that wasn't the way how it was asked
The tone of this message is exactly why so many people consider open source developers to be an incredibly hostile and rude crowd. Although I do understand the reasons for saying no, it need not be done in the rudest way possible, such as what you see on display with the parent post. If you want more open source developers and users, perhaps it's time for the community to become a less hostile place.
I thought the question in the summary was rude, not the answer
Thanks for that. I didn't see a link to Masters anywhere on tidal.com. Another thing I can't find: a publicly searchable catalog. Do you have to join to preview "curated" selections?
For me, Masters shows up as the third panel on the homepage. But no worries, I'm glad I could help. I believe that in a browser you can search by going to the hamburger menu top right, then click web player. Or try to go to https://listen.tidal.com/ directly. But they also have a free one-month trial period.
Tidal HiFi is 16/44.1, i.e. CD quality, so it's not necessarily a reproduction of the studio master, which could be e.g. 24/44.1, 24/88.2, 24/96, 24/192, various DSD formats, etc.
The Hifi subscription is CD quality and has always existed in Tidal of course. What I mean is the newly launched Tidal Masters, which is part of the Hifi subscription and delivers 96 kHz/24 bit. See http://tidal.com/masters
Computer programs expand so as to fill the core available.