[LAU] LAM etc

Carlos Sanchiavedraz csanchezgs at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 13:22:21 EDT 2009

I didn't know the story.

It was odd for me to see the LAM list wasn't in the same place as the
others LA- lists, but Julien still posting on that list and, although
there are several suscribers, I thought that its low traffic was due
to vacations.

//On my mobile device. Sorry for top-posting and any mistakes

2009/7/26, Thorsten Wilms <t_w_ at freenet.de>:
> On Sun, 2009-07-26 at 01:52 +0100, Viktor Mastoridis wrote:
>> Here, http://dis-dot-dat.net/mailman/listinfo/lam_dis-dot-dat.net
>> I see that music is been posted on all LA- lists occasionally, but I
>> was never sure whether it was the right place for posting (the various
>> LA- lists)
> At some point someone on the LAU list wondered with all the rather
> technical discussions going on: where's the music?
> So a few people started to post about their music made with Linux now
> and then.
> James Shuttleworth, who was likely the most productive of all of us for
> a while, thought it would be good to have a dedicated list for that. So
> he set one up. But assuming not that many people subscribed, some
> started to post to both LAM and LAU about their music. Others continued
> to post to LAU only.
> (See http://dis-dot-dat.net/index.cgi?item=music/)
>> It would be nice to have a place where Linux music is posted and
>> people (audiophiles/musicians/linux geeks) make comments about it and
>> generally, hang out, say like http://www.zoxsy.com/
> http://lam.fugal.net/ used to be a place where you could leave links to
> tracks with short descriptions. No comments, AFAIR, though.
> archive.org has an "open-source" music section and there is a "Linux"
> keyword in use. I'm afraid you will find lots of podcasts and such
> there, though:
> http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A"Linux" AND collection
> %3Aopensource_audio
> We could agree on a more specific keyword, but things like this tend to
> not spread as they should.
> Regarding the "it would be nice", sure, it's always the same: you need
> someone to take care of it ;)
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Carlos "Sanchiavedraz"
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