Dude. Nice app! My laptop is really useable now.
me at sebruiz.net
Fri Sep 15 04:19:45 UTC 2006
On 15/09/06, John A. Muller <jamuller at verizon.net> wrote:
> Seriously. Amarok has made the computing experience exactly what I
> expect it to be. Over the course of the last 15 years, I've used (at
> least) 11 different platforms and 7 graphic window managers/operating
> They all have their cool parts, and I was beginning to think that I'd
> never be satisfied, but wow. Wow. Here I am, running Debian GNU/Linux,
> with KDE, and I'm thinking, "Hmmm. This is pretty cool, but the music
> part is missing," and *shazam* in comes Amarok. I'm speechless. Which
> is OK, because there's music now.
> It was really easy; just an apt-get and I'm off and running -- I
> agonized for like 25 minutes about which database to use, but I figure
> if you've already got SQLite compiled in, why would I screw with that
> (and to be totally honest, after I apt-got it, the Wiki seemed like I
> would have to recompile and, well, I'm getting further and further away
> from make-installing anything every day). But it's all awesome. I love
> it. My iPod (a new 30 GB video) came right up!! It's all super
> Really, way to go. I'm rocking out to the new Snow Patrol right now. I
> even bought it legally! Thanks a million.
> Music soothes the savage beast.
> John Muller
> Boston, MA, USA
> KDE 3.5.4
> Debian GNU/Linux 2.6.16
> IBM ThinkPad T20 700MHz P3
Awesome, thanks very much for the feedback, it means a lot to us
developers, testers and marketers who put a lot of time and effort
into the application!
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