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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Andrew"]I feel like I am seeing some very strict interpretations on what is appropriate for this thread. More specifically...[/quote] Andrew has some good points. Discussion here has broken down. I have a humble request for everyone, a few points in everyone's defense first: - VM and Android are remotely related, but still related a little
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Thu, Mar 14 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Attempting to say what not to do? Disregard for those others where you have no stake in the game? Do they say not to dev for your platform? Where's "love your neighbor as yourself"? That's non-cooperation in the software world, breaking rules in Bible and software. Is this the kind of attitude guides Logos software dev map? Disappointed, sir. Please
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Wed, Mar 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="David J. Ring, Jr."]Let's not talk about "virtual machine" running Logos. It's not what this discussion is about. Dual booting Windows is another solution, but again, it's not the topic. However it's good to mention them in passing. It would be wonderful to have a native Linux Logos![/quote] Absolutely right on! VM is semi-obvious and semi
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Wed, Mar 13 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Kolen Cheung"]better than nothing.[/quote] So, that's what this has come to in the "Product Management" model here. I'm starting to have the same feelings I had in the months after I had warned the pastor about a 40% exodus from the congregation and was ignored, or more recently the American pastors in Asia of two and three decades, who
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Tue, Mar 12 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Given the topic of this thread (whether to have Logos for Linux, not whether to have users using Linux)... I deduct this as your recommendation of Logos 3 for Wine. And, frankly, I agree with you and Perry Web: Given all the evidence seen here, getting Logos 3 (or Libronix or whateveritscalled) in Wine's Play on Linux library would probably be the most
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Tue, Sep 6 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Mr. Phil 4:4, :-) Thank you for answering my questions 1 and 2. I feel we have a lot clarified now. Though, I still don't see what % of Americans are running Logos. I see from the vote you linked to that Faithlife's president is supposedly a former Microsoft guy, which explains a lot... Including that previous software was probably built on MS stuff
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Joe, I'm jessesteele.com. Hit me up ASAP.
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    ...And, Mr. Smiling, I have been really thinking about all you have to say. After my morning Bible study, I am thinking... Maybe YOU are the answer! You know SO MUCH about all this. Can you answer my questions and point me in a direction? Can you tell me how to use a command line (even windows) to log on to the Logos server and retrieve my library through
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Mr. Smiling, There is need for clarity... I like the part of your ideas that are on-topic... Much of what you said related to the OS choice in the first place, not whether to "ALLOW" the development of an app for people who have already made the choice for Linux. Generally, the "Linux" question is a "let" question. "Logos for Linux" means: "Non-Faithlife
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    David, I totally agree with you on many, many things. I'm JesseSteele.com. Hit me up. I'm interested in your work. How about just requesting to build a "Logos proprietary repo" plugin for Xiphos Bible Guide in the deb repo? I think that might be simpler in the meanwhile. I have no idea how to build that right now. I'm working on other projects. I just
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    OK. Great. Looks like Keep Smiling 4 Jesus knows a lot. So... When will Faithlife give the OK for the Linux community to develop it themselves? ...Never suggested Logos for websites and email. But, the people who do web for much of the Church are good to have as friends and to listen to since they give software recommendations to boards, etc. But, it
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Hey, Mr. Keep Smiling... I think you may have missed a few points. And, I want your input on these... David, and others have concurred, said he needed a LOCAL client, not cloud. So, the web app doesn't solve his/our problem. Also, Mac OS X and Windows having command line options doesn't help someone working at LInux all day. ...He knows Linux, uses
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    David J. Ring, Jr.... I REALLY agree with what you and Steven Yu have to say. And, I feel the same way. The way is: The good people at Logos simply ALLOW the community permission to do it; an open source engine that can keep proprietary purchases secure. Faithlife should know: Not having Logos on my Ubuntu desktop pushes me to become dependent on other
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Sep 2 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Amen and AMEN! A thousand times AMEN!
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Sep 2 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    React OS has one problem: It is unique. Fedora is built on Linux, but has similar problems because of central control. Everything depends on RedHat customers and CentOS "testers". Debian-Ubuntu is built on Linux, but it has a HUGE COMMUNITY. So, it doesn't all depend on just a few people to make it good. That's why it dominates. ...that said... I say
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Sep 2 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Amen! And, Amen! A thousand times AMEN!
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Sep 2 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    ...One way you could start is to create a github.com account with a "logos" project, then put the word out "we need community developers" and the people you need will just show up and guide and help free of charge and the whole thing might not even cost you a dime. Ubuntu users freely receive, so they freely give. Proprietary content, community-driven
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    "Our solution for Linux users will likely be our web app at app.logos.com. If it's full-featured enough, will this meet your needs? Or is offline support a concern?" Offline support is a HUGE concern. Generally, I think just having search and most basic access is the important part for starters. Also, Ubuntu/Linux is the future. It continually grows
    Posted to Suggestions by Jesse Steele on Fri, Aug 26 2016
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