Of course! And in general - who cares what 1.8 will be - after all, reasonable people can use other music playback systems. Steve_Davies exactly knows what the point is, unlike certain Roon community members…
My point is that if, after all this time waiting for massive incompetencies in the areas of say compositions, boxed sets, 17C composers who perform etc., to be fixed, people pick on trivial features of the UI then people like me, who do genuinely do like listening to classical music rather than pedantic nitpicking over an irrelevant choice of words, are less likely to have our needs listened to. I don’t really mind myself being thought of as a fan of L v Beethoven, I’d just like to see examples of Beethoven Piano Concerto 3 Brendel when I type that in. And, if you want seriously to continue with nitpicking pedantries, why should classical music listeners be the only ones to get a synonym for “fan” that doesn’t offend them? Why shouldn’t country music, jazz, hip hop listeners indeed all genres and all users in all languages have a phrase that suits their sensibilities. And be able to vary it by composer(s) of course. There, see how a “five minute” fix can turn into a man-year of fruitless work in the wonderful world of software. If I was a Roon developer and saw a post with this title, I would definitely be less inclined to listen to people who claim to like classical music.
This lack of care with language creeps into the functionality as well. Roon doesn’t make very sensible distinctions between, libretto, lyric, poetry and text either. This makes for a very cluttered and duplicate ridden treatment of vocal music views. It also leads on occasion to misidentification of compositions and the knock on effects of that.
Perhaps I am too forgiving, but though I can acknowledge the strange dissonance, it didn’t matter to me. And still doesn’t. I am such a huge Mahler fan, I went to like every concert and got the t-shirt.