[linux-audio-user] LightScribe and linux

stuff at trackingsolutions.ca stuff at trackingsolutions.ca
Sat Dec 2 15:21:52 EST 2006

Hey Ross,

What is your point in using this quote below? I figure you want to talk about 
it and that is why you are posting it :)

"The good Christian should beware of mathematicians, and all those who
make empty prophecies. The danger already exists that the mathematicians
have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and to confine
man in the bonds of Hell."
        --St. Augustine, De Genesi ad Litteram, Book II, xviii, 37

This guy was obviously part of something disguising as Christianity. I am a 
Christian not a Catholic or a Protestant. My Christian heritage survived 
outside the realm of Catholicism or the people who were Catholics protesting 
the Catholics. It really sucks that people peg Christians for the actions of 
Catholics or such posing as Christians that are very easily and provably not 
following Jesus' commands. If you want to look at the real example look to 
Jesus not to St. Whoever from the GSCS (Gimme Some Cash Society). I 
personally do not attend a religious building due to the corruption but my 
relationship with my Saviour is strong and free. It really deserves to be 
lashed out at. I know! There is much to be leaned about Jesus and what he 
wants for us all.

E-mail me off list if you want to talk :)

On Saturday 02 December 2006 9:09 am, Ross Vandegrift wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 02, 2006 at 01:50:08PM +0000, Cesare Marilungo wrote:
> > Again,
> > I know. But I was talkting about drivers. Other examples?
> Lots more than you might think.  While many manufacturers are very
> closed about implementing their drivers, there's also a bunch that
> contribute to the development and support of freely licensed drivers.
> Start reading the linux-kernel and xorg mailing lists.  You see plenty
> of people with Intel, AMD, Adaptec, Promise, among others.  Read
> through the source and you'll also see code that was originally
> submitted by the manufacturer, but licensed freely enough that the
> community can sucessfully maintain it.  3Ware is one such example.
> As far as audio hardware, Creative Labs used to be a good
> player - they contributed the original emu10k1 driver.  They're not so
> cool now; the top news item on opensource.creative.com is about
> releasing proprietary drivers...

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