Fervent Software will be attending Sounds Expo in London, UK
from 14th-16th April 2005. Sounds Expo is the UK's premier
music technology event and features seminars, demonstrations
and all of the latest happenings in the world of music related
Fervent will be manning the Linux Audio stand and showing
delegates the benefits of this alternative platform and giving
demos of Rosegarden, Ardour, Hydrogen etc. and all the software
that's available on the Studio..to go! CD.
You can find more information about the event and register for
free at the Sounds Expo website:
Fervent look forward to seeing you there!
Fervent Software -- http://www.ferventsoftware.com
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>From: Josh Green <josh(a)resonance.org>
>> the better choice for distributing free giga collection could be done
>> done trough bittorrent files on the site.
[ ... ]
>- ed2k links for the edonkey network
>- All files compressed with CRAM (Compress hybRid Audio Media)
"bittorrent", "ed2k" --- I hope that Internet Explorer can download
the "bittorrent" and "ed2k" files with IE's standard settings and
plugins. I cannot install anything to University's computers.
Please choose ftp or http for a fruitful start of the project!!
Are "bittorrent" and "ed2k" open source software/protocols? If not,
they should not be used. Cram? I cannot verify now but I hope it is
open source software. If not, we should use flac.
Napster, Kazaa, Gnutella, etc etc. I think there is now a bad
trend to worship transfer programs -- preferably executable
and unsecure programs -- instead of open protocols like ftp
and http. Bad, bad. What next? "Bitvirus", "Bitspy" -- to get
a file, users would have to install viruses to their computer.
And many would!
for developers of open source graphics software