[LAD] LAC09: thanks

Rui Nuno Capela rncbc at rncbc.org
Mon Apr 27 13:15:38 UTC 2009


please forgive me for being this late. it has been a busy week thereafter.

ok, here for the whomever may feel like:

- my "intimate" post re.lac2009 is now online:

- the few photos i've taken during that time is also for the grabs:

  (nb. it is me who are getting lousier at the shooting, not camera:)

grazie a tutti && arriverdeci
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
rncbc at rncbc.org

On Wed, April 22, 2009 13:55, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 02:42:30PM -0700, Steven Yi wrote:
>> I'd also like to join to the general chorus of thank you's my own
>> thanks to Fons and everyone else involved.  I was quite exhausted the
>> entire conference but now that I've gotten some rest I can look back and
>> say it was a very enjoyable conference.
> Looking back and having recovered a bit of sleep
> I'm very happy about how things turned out. Many
> thanks to all who contributed to the success of LAC2009 !!! This includes:
> * The direction of La Casa della Musica, for
> supporting this project which for them was a real step into unknown
> territory.
> * Francesca Montresor (CdM) who has taken a lot
> of work out of my hands during the preparation, and provided solutions
> where I got lost.
> * The entire team at the CdM who provided us with
> an excellent organisation and everything we needed, and always with a big
> smile.
> * Frank Neumann who organised the paper submission
> and review, and acted as master of ceremonies during the paper sessions.
> * The paper review team who this year had an extra
> heavy workload.
> * Robin Gareus (webmaster) and Christoph Haag (design
> and website).
> * Joern Nettingsmeier who took care of the audio and
> video streaming and performed technical miracles all the time, more than
> once saving the show.
> * Just-in-time hackers Pieter Palmers and Florian
> Faber (we have 5 minutes ? OK, let's install a new
> kernel, FFADO, new RME drivers and Ardour).
> * Sound engineers Andrea Capra and Christian Paroni.
> * Sergio Simonazzi who has taken care of the LSN.
> * All paper authors and musicians, in partical live
> performers Malte and Fernando.
> * And finally all who attended, and all whom I
> may have forgotten.
> Sorry for the rain ! Today Parma is again sunny
> and hot...
> Next year's LAC *could* be in Utrecht, Holland,
> to be confirmed.
> Ciao,
> --
> FA

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