Home audio is not included in this phrase of the
"emphasis on professional tools for the music, recording and
Except that professional tools are needed in order to create 'home
audio' devices, as I pointed out.
My suggestion is to explicitely add "home
audio" to this list.
You're welcome to suggest a policy revision to the Management Board,
via its mailing list:
It would be best if you could suggest a specific wording that you
would like to see in the Policy, such as:
'The aim of the Linuxaudio.org
consortium is to promote and enable the
use of Linux kernel based systems for both professional and consumer
Personally, I'm not too keen on the word 'consumer' but I can't think
of a better one for this context.
When I originally drafted the policy document, together with other
consortium members, the intention was to promote media creation
tools, rather than just playback tools - the latter being what most
people think of as 'multimedia software'.
As far as I see it one of the main issues in
digital home audio is to promote the use and development of open
standards which are useable for Linux- and Open Source-based home
Quite - but then we have already amended our policy document to read:
consortium prefers open standards and file