Canorus is a free music score editor.
We, the Canorus team officially applied for as Canorus organization for the
Google summer of Code 2009 (this includes current application main features):
We need your help right now. Please read our description thoroughfully and pose
andy ideas or errors in wording. Those written the are no native english
speaker so that would already be a great help.
Also please read
and the FAQ parts on
concerning the mentoring organization.
This way you can understand much better what we want to achieve and hopefully
can give us some helpful hints to improve our changes to get accepted.
I'd also like to know if the Consortium or any other larger audio organization
has planned to apply at the GSoC 2009 this year ? Just as a backup so we could
still get some of our projects ideas to students.
Thanks in advance.
Software-Engineer, Developer of User Interfaces
Project: Canorus - the next generation music score editor -
GnuPG Public Key available on request
Some good news: there definitely will be the Linux
Sound Night during LAC2009. At the moment there are
two possible locations, the choice has not yet been
made. One is a nice bar located in a new industrial
area outside the center - they only have one resident
near (100m) but we may still have to watch the SPL
because of that single resident. The other is a rather
sleezy but otherwise OK place in a post-industrial
area, here nobody will complain whatever we do.
Both places (in particular the second) are a bit to
far from the center for an easy walk, but transport
will be organised.
I'd like all who proposed to play at the LSN to
confirm their presence (drop me a line), and there
is still room for more.
Wednesday the 15th (day before the conference) there
will be the pizza evening for the early arrivals.
This will be at 'Alfonso' (no relation) on Via Emilia
Est, according to some the best pizzeria in Parma.
It's also near the Auditorium Paganini making it a
good place for a pre-concert pizza. Please let me
know if you will be there as I'll have to book the
places. Sunday evening we'll have the unofficial
At the moment I'd like everyone who plans to come
to LAC2009 to register so we can have an idea of
the size of the crowds to expect, and of the number
of proceedings to print.
See you all in Parma,