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Re: OMET: Online Music Editing Tools feedback?

From: Marc Hohl
Subject: Re: OMET: Online Music Editing Tools feedback?
Date: Mon, 10 May 2010 10:28:44 +0200
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Mike Blackstock schrieb:
If somebody could have a quick look at
and tell me what they think I'd appreciate it.

Keys and stuff are missing but all that code is ready to upload, as is
code for producing midi 'on-the-fly' and generating lllypond source.
Also I can demo real-time collaborating shortly - user A enters a note
and it also appears on user B's screen, and real-time lilypond
compilation is straighforward, down the road. A secure 'lilypond
rendering farm' is what I have in mind - the webserver communicates
with the lilypond servers etc etc.

What I'd like to know specifically is whether the approach is sound -
being able to treat the screen as if it were a blank sheet of paper
where you can enter notes anywhere and in any order? Before I start
uploading other stuff, is there something I'm overlooking in the basic
It looks quite interesting and promising - but I am probably not
the right guy for a profound opinion, because I would not use a
web interface for coding lilypond (at least at the moment).
Thanks a lot. I think it works across all browsers, though someone
reported problems with FF 3.6.3 on some version of Vista, and IE 6 has
the png bug that I gave up on. Also Google Chrome doesn't properly
handle the turning off of the cursor it seems, at least on my system.
From a technical point of view, everything seems to work properly
here with firefox/linux.


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