it looks really surprising to me, that opening the access to misika insight didn’t entail more interest and a slightly more vivid user community here in this forum. well — i’m sure, this only effects a more or less negligible audience. professionals in the film industry already know about this software and use other communication channels. but it’s still a little bit disappointing, that such a wonderful software solution didn’t find more acceptance and curiosity in other circles.
and when i’m asking again for opening mistika insight on the linux platform as well, this may sound utterly crazy, because it concerns an even smaller minority of possible interested users than on mac and windows machines. but there are some reasons, why linux addicts may be more interested in this particular kind of software and are perhaps more willing to adopt to some of its idiosyncrasies and a step learning curve.
by giving the power of mistikas core components to this community, and allowing them to use it for non-profit work, education and software development research, you could IMHO really attract an additional audience and gain wider publicity, without much/any disadvantages concerning the more commercial oriented business interests of sgo.
it would be really great, if you could think about this request and consciously return a little bit back to those particular operating system and community, which your company always utilized as the main development and production platform.
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