Q&A: MuseScore head of development on Reddit

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vaarky
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Q&A: MuseScore head of development on Reddit

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In case anyone has questions for the head of development for MuseScore:

https://www.reddit.com/r/classicalmusic ... opment_of/

"Good day dear composers & musicians! Today we start the special 'ask me anything' session with Anatoliy Osokin, Head of Development of MuseScore Editor — the popular open source score/notation editor."
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Re: Q&A: MuseScore head of development on Reddit

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Yes, Reddit does that automatically when threads get older than a certain age (6 months?).
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BarryJ wrote: 19 Mar 2021 15:26 Today the Reddit thread is marked as
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I think, if you have some question to Anatoliy Osokin, you can try to found him on Facebook or twitter
In any case it can be interesting to read this thread
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