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The future of music notation software

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David Carter
« on: September 14, 2012, 03:02:00 pm »

The loss of the London based Sibelius development team is a tragedy for Sibelius the product and Sibelius the personnel. The decision to save money by outsourcing the development to cheap eastern European labour is nonsensical on all levels it will only lead to stagnation and a slow death.

Do you have reason to believe that programmers in E Europe are somehow worse than someone who happens to be sitting in Bloomsbury? Wink

worse as in replacing the team (and particulary the person who is sibelius ) who have grown and nurtured Sibelus from it original incarnation and who are in their own right very fine musicians and composers with a team who have no experience of developing sibelius to save a few buck for the CEOs pockets why yes, I have very good reasons.
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