While OSS 3 lacked much functionality (the most pertinent being a lack of software mixing) and botched its licensing, and could unanimously be described as "terrible", OSS 4 has made advances to the point where referring to it as "terrible" is debatable, but this doesn't seem to happen because too many people jump on the "OSS hate bandwagon". OSS 4 is certainly still missing some important features, and this makes it not suitable for everyone, including power management and MIDI support. However, personally, I think that the "OSS is terrible" line is long expired, because the age-old criticisms of OSS have been rectified.
No announcement yet.
Google Chrome/Chromium Now Supports PulseAudio