Re: Why burnfree is off by default?
Matthias Andree wrote:
> "ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es" <ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es> writes:
> > Matthias Andree wrote:
> >> "ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es" <ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es> writes:
> >> > Why complicate the lives of cdrecord users with lots of options that
> >> > don't even have a use case?
> >> Just because your view is limited and you cannot conceive a use case
> >> (which is not bad in itself, just don't argue :-)), does not mean there
> >> is none.
> > Please explain the use case, otherwise we won't see it.
> The burden of proof is with you, you want the code to change in
> not being the maintainer.
Not just me, I'd say like 99% of cdrecord users.
Not hearing the users and having making software that doesn't help them
is a real threat to free software that people like Jörg personify as
the dictator of these projects (maybe he's paid by Micro$oft or some
other people anti free software but I can't know)
> You don't need to see the use case, but YOU need to PROVE the switch is
> unneeded with every existing hardware before you can expect Jörg to even
> consider removing it.
So, what happens on those "broken" drives that support burnfree and you
Could cdrecord have workarounds for those drives like easy to use
M$Windows CD recording software may have since they don't need the
switch either and have burnfree turned on by default?
> Just because the DAU of the day assumes his defaults are the only sane
> ones doesn't mean everybody else shares his POV.
> Proper compact discs were meant to be written in streaming DAO mode, period.
Totally agree with you! (But we have made already clear that's not what
we are talking about)
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