@niconiconi This one designed by Retroflag seems quite clever about this -- the pi sits in a cartridge that is separated from the main board and supported by the outer casing, so there is no uneven pressure on the actual "main" board. The board exposes a PCI slot-like interface which connects to the cartridge.
Btw I might not be able to play with it as much after the end of August because I'm moving somewhere else and I'll have roommates. But hopefully this won't bother them too much (it's hardly hearable outside a closed wooden door).
Just got reminded that the project I'm working with right now, LineageOS, was also the product of a similar drama like the current one (corporation bought a project and started to f*** everybody, then original maintainers called it quits and started a new fork). Hopefully the future of Audacity and MuseScore will be similar.
@yuki_is_bored I just hope at least some of the original developers will realize what's wrong with Muse Group and move development effort to a fork (which happened for both MySQL and OpenOffice).
To be honest I'm more worried about MuseScore than Audacity. There's basically no FOSS alternative to MuseScore, period.
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