i have itunes 7.60 successfully running on f10 kde 4.2

Austin English austinenglish at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 17:22:24 CDT 2009

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 4:30 PM, Warren Dumortier <nwarrenfl at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/4/10 Ben Klein <shacklein at gmail.com>:
>> 2009/4/9 EA Durbin <ead1234 at hotmail.com>:
>>> After all we don't want to vastly increase our potential customer base and
>>> potentially get several $70 per crossover professional license or $40 per
>>> standard license fees, but rather wait until someone writes a hefty check to
>>> port it up front.
>> You're confusing Wine with Crossover. Wine does not have license fees.
>> Wine does not ask for money if you want to use it, nor do Wine devs
>> ask for money if you want things fixed. Wine devs typically ask for
>> patches if you want things fixed.
>> Wine also does not say "we need to get this app fixed because people
>> demand it". The closest Wine comes to that is "we need to get these
>> API calls because a bunch of apps use them and they're all breaking".
> You're all wrong, it's maybe not a matter of money or to have more
> users, but to let it work for a lot of users for our current users
> base. It's very annoying, and a lot of Wine users might need it ATM. A
> lot of people have older iPods who are supported by some programs like
> Amarok or Rhythmbox, but not for the latest generations...

Sure, it'd be useful, but that doesn't make the resources to do it
magically appear.

For instance, I'd _really like_ for Rachel Bilson to pick me up and
take me on a hot date tonight, but that doesn't mean it's going to
magically happen.*


*If you can make that happen, however, I'd be in your debt.

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