DLovas wrote:I'd definently donate to this - however "i aint got no money" at this point so thats a bummer -
cornutt wrote:DLovas wrote:I'd definently donate to this - however "i aint got no money" at this point so thats a bummer -
Thanks, and the thought is very much appreciated. However, money is not necessary, and I'm not asking for donations. I just need to keep grinding on it. Once I get everything documented, we'll see where it goes from there. I've had the idea suggested to me about doing a cooperative open-source project. I'm thinking about how to put that together.
cornutt wrote:By the way, the dump layout absolutely sucks. It's the biggest mess I've ever seen. I'm really getting the impression that the Fizmo was rushed out the door with the software not really finished. It might be a miracle that it works at all.
dnigrin wrote:One thought re: the end product -- the Ctrlr project has really taken off with its latest version: http://ctrlr.org. It now allows for WYSIWYG layout of interface objects, and "no programming" for what those objects send (either CC, NPRN, or SYSEX).
StepLogik wrote:In my years of consulting for various companies that build hardware devices, I've learned that software is generally treated as an afterthought if the team is composed primary of Electrical Engineers - especially old school guys who still want to do everything in hardware.
My new Cuisinart Toaster Oven is really nice, but I can tell the EE who designed the firmware was in over his head. Nothing is intuitive, functions are inconsistent, and it takes odd combinations of buttons to accomplish simple tasks. Much like a Yamaha TX-16w
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