Where to find Quasimodo ?

Discussion in 'comp.music.midi' started by Penang, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. Penang

    Penang Guest

    I heard of the program Quasimodo by Paul Davis.

    He is the guy behind the newly release Ardour program.

    Mr Davis' linux audio systems page at
    http://www.equalarea.com/paul/las.htm ( link from his main page
    www.equalarea.com/paul/ ) there's a link to Quasidomo at
    http://www.quasimodo.org

    There is a Sourceforge project set up for Quasimodo too, at
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/quasimodo/ however, there is nothing
    in it. If you try "http://quasimodo.sourceforge.net you will be
    directed to www.quasimodo.org

    Unfortunately, there's no quasidomo at www.quasimodo.org because the
    domain quasimodo.org itself is for sale !

    Therefore, to all, can you tell me where to locate the Quasimodo sync
    program, please ?

    Thank you !!
  2. W. Citoan

    W. Citoan Guest

    On 28 Jun 2003 03:24:30 -0700, Penang wrote:
    >
    > Therefore, to all, can you tell me where to locate the Quasimodo sync
    > program, please ?


    On the sourceforge page (the link you provided), you can click on the
    developer info portion and get an email address for the creator. Try
    emailing them. But it's very possible that the program is non-existent.
    Only an idea still waiting for him to write it.

    - W. Citoan
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  3. Penang

    Penang Guest

    "W. Citoan" <wcitoan@NOSPAM-yahoo.com> wrote in message news:<slrnbfr5pb.pg.wcitoan@wcitoan-via.supernews.com>...
    > On 28 Jun 2003 03:24:30 -0700, Penang wrote:
    > >
    > > Therefore, to all, can you tell me where to locate the Quasimodo sync
    > > program, please ?

    >
    > On the sourceforge page (the link you provided), you can click on the
    > developer info portion and get an email address for the creator. Try
    > emailing them. But it's very possible that the program is non-existent.
    > Only an idea still waiting for him to write it.
    >
    > - W. Citoan



    I have emailed the creator. No reply.

    The Quasimodo program is real, as if we check the usenet archive at
    http://groups.google.com you will find lots of mention of the program,
    and there used to be a place for the program www.quasimodo.org.

    Hmmm....

    You would thought that someone would have archive the thing on the Net
    somewhere, but well ... searching the search engines all comes up with
    one thing - LINKS to the program at www.quasimodo.org which is now
    defunct.

    But I'm still looking though.
  4. Penang wrote:
    >
    > I have emailed the creator. No reply.


    I believe the original author of Quasimodo stopped work on
    it 2 or more years ago to concentrate on his other project
    Ardour:

    http://ardour.sf.net/

    I do not know of anyone having taken over the project.

    Erik
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  5. paul cooke

    paul cooke Guest

    On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 08:00:16 +0000, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:

    > Penang wrote:
    >>
    >> I have emailed the creator. No reply.

    >
    > I believe the original author of Quasimodo stopped work on it 2 or more
    > years ago to concentrate on his other project Ardour:
    >
    > http://ardour.sf.net/
    >
    > I do not know of anyone having taken over the project.
    >
    > Erik


    well the code is still in sourceforge CVS and it shouldn't be too hard to
    take it up... :)

    <http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/quasimodo/quasimodo/>

    now if it was closed source and the developers had folded, then you'd be
    stumped...
  6. W. Citoan

    W. Citoan Guest

    On 30 Jun 2003 00:39:24 -0700, Penang wrote:
    >
    > The Quasimodo program is real, as if we check the usenet archive at
    > http://groups.google.com you will find lots of mention of the
    > program, and there used to be a place for the program
    > www.quasimodo.org.


    Umm, if you take a close look at google, you'd notice that all those
    messages are several years old...

    - W. Citoan
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    At the Birkenhead drill,
    Is a damned tough bullet to chew.
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