Muse Group—proprietor of the favored audio-editing app Audacity—is in sizzling water with the open supply group once more. This time, the controversy is not over Audacity—it is about MuseScore, an open supply software which permits musicians to create, share, and obtain musical scores (particularly, however not solely, within the type of sheet music).
The MuseScore app itself is licensed GPLv3, which supplies builders the proper to fork its supply and modify it. One such developer, Wenzheng Tang (“Xmader” on GitHub) went significantly additional than modifying the app—he additionally created separate apps designed to bypass MuseScore Professional subscription charges.
After totally reviewing the general public feedback made by each side at GitHub, Ars spoke at size with Muse Group’s Head of Technique Daniel Ray—identified on GitHub by the moniker “workedintheory”—to resolve the controversy.
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