Peke wrote:Please do not forget that you look on MM multi-platform like it is easy and compare it to mature product that MMW currently is. Instead of completely new and rewritten product with burden of existing one and quality to be achived.
Hi Peke - your response is perfectly understandable, my only real question is, since you have an Android version, could a Linux version still be that far away?
I've been a developer and understand that this takes work, but I think there is quite a big untapped market out there since there's a lot of overlap between the sets "serious muisc geeks" and "linux geeks". There just is nothing nearly as good available for Linux. Usually we can use Wine to get around that, but in this case there are issues.
I'd pay $50 for a Linux version, Hell, I'd probably pay more.
Finally, if not a full port, could you possible consider working with the community to maybe just fix smaller stuff so it works well under Wine? Fixing a few incompatibilities shouldn't be nearly as hard as making a whole new version, I think. I'd be happy to beta test. The first and biggest thing I think we'd need would be an easy way to export and import our databases with the ability to change file locations in between (from "C:\data\music" to "/home/user/music") and of course the ability of MM to recognize that filename format.