Ivica Ico Bukvic ico.bukvic at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 22:42:44 CET 2018

There is also a COMPEL project that I am currently heading and which is 
designed to facilitate interfacing between composers and performers. It 
offers preservation of both performances (archiving) and the materials 
for the necessary reproduction of the work itself, including software. 
The platform offers multiple licensing options from fully open source to 
commercial and is therefore completely license-agnostic (all copyrights 
remain with their owner). It is hosted by my university and in the 
coming weeks we are preparing for the soft-launch. It supports 
groups/collections and is based on the leading open-source 
preservational platform developed by the network of libraries worldwide. 
Please let me know if you are interested in this and I will gladly keep 
you posted.



On 11/20/2018 10:14 AM, Thomas Brand wrote:
> On Sun, November 18, 2018 09:22, Will Godfrey wrote:
>> Linux Audio Music has been dormant for a very long time, but recently I
>> contacted the the person who hosted and ran it.
>> The reason he closed it was because of a serious vulnerability was
>> discovered in Rails, and he no longer had time to do the necessary
>> upgrades.
>> However, he has told me that he still has the entire database and the
>> code. In his own words: "... would be happy to host and do what I can to
>> facilitate a handoff to someone else who wants to manage it."
>> For anyone who doesn't know, this was a relatively simple and clean site
>> aimed specifically at providing a home for tracks composed with Linux -
>> something rather rare!
> How many tracks are currently "homeless", how many gigabytes? I guess the
> code would be hard to re-use. Tracks could be moved relatively easy to
> another place if metadata is clean.
> Greetings
> Thomas
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