__/ [ GreyCloud ] on Wednesday 11 October 2006 17:22 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> CRN Interview: Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian, The First 100 Days
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | CRN: To what extent are you seeing migration from NetWare to Linux?
>> | HOVSEPIAN: Eighty percent of customers have moved to OES [Open
>> | Enterprise Server] contracts, so the good news is they've given us a
>> | first step of migration to OES, which is a Linux dimension.
> Help me out here Roy, do you know of any Linux software that one can
> enter sheet music notation which in turn can generate a MIDI file?
I think that Rosengarden is the de facto standard, which equates to Cubase at
some level (or is considered the 'Open Source CuBase'). I read some good
feedback about it, but it's under heavy development, so it might be
incomplete (albeit it matures, which is what matters the most).
KDE (Qt) takes pride in Rosengarden, which seems to remind me of AmaroK.