Archive for June, 2006

0.9.53 Available

Tuesday, June 27th, 2006

Tonight’s release includes several important bug fixes, as well as one big new addition. The biggest addition to this version is the ability to build cue sequences that are fired based on an absolute timeline. It has been clear for awhile that this was an important feature, but deciding how to implement it turned out [...]

Soldering his way to a better second night

Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

Jason King, Stage Manager at Play with your Food Dinner Theatre in Victoria British Columbia, Canada writes: Recently during the opening night of the latest show at our dinner theatre, both of our CD players decided during opening that they weren’t going to play the CD’s we had. And if they did play, they skipped. [...]

Apparently, I’m way underpaid.

Thursday, June 15th, 2006

Out of curiosity, I installed David Wheeler’s SLOCCount tool tonight and let it grind away on the QLab source tree. SLOCCount is an application that counts the number of lines of code you’ve written and estimates the number of developers and the length of time it would take to write that code. I think the [...]

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