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Re: Denemo on Lilypond-Website

From: Valentin Villenave
Subject: Re: Denemo on Lilypond-Website
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2008 16:07:45 +0200

2008/10/8 Nils Gey <address@hidden>:
> It is an official GNU project and the website can be found here:

Well, it's nice to see you guys are alive! I only knew your old
website, and I've subscribed to your mailing lists for a few years but
from where I was standing the project seemed to be dead.

> I noticed that Denemo is not linked on the lilypond-website, but I think it
> would be a good addition because, at least in my experience, its the most
> complete and well designed notation program to work with lilypond. Because
> export and print with lilypond (and NOT WYSIWYG) is the main goal of Denemo
> there are special functions and modes to work with lilypond features even if
> they have not graphical representation until now.

I fully agree -- as long as Denemo keeps synchronized with LilyPond.
Our next stable release (2.12) is in beta stage, and brings quite a
lot of (syntax) changes; it would be a pity if Denemo could only
output deprecated LilyPond code.

> P.S. I don't know who reads this mail so if it reaches any bored developers:
> Denemo needs your help! Its already fast-developing with many unique features
> (Enter notes via microphone, full Guile/Scheme Scriptig support including
> recording Mouseclick-actions without scheme knowledge) but there is still work
> to do.

There is no such thing as a bored LilyPond developer :-)


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