Tenacity is already attracting a bigger developer community than it seems Audacity ever had.

@be github.com/orgs/tenacityteam/p

This organization has no public members. You must be a member to see who’s a part of this organization.

makes very much sense after what happened
why it "had to" happen, tho, i still would like to understand

FYI @meena that’s GitHub default, one has to explicitly toggle public membership for it to shows. See also issue 99.


@cnx that is what i was referencing when i said "what happened".

i didn't know it's the default, but it makes sense

i'm unusually public about my affiliations

@meena @cnx FWIW, Muse Group has refused to confirm who is being paid to work on Audacity.

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