There are a couple of ways the Linux Foundation can
assist Linux Audio:
1) A call for participation for the next Collab Summit is going out,
it'd be great to see audio issues as part of that. In particular there
is desktop track where audio issues should be a key part
Thanks for the tip - please send me the announcement when it's
available. Our remit at linuxaudio.org
actually extends beyond the
desktop and what is normally considered as 'consumer' audio, because we
have a focus on the more demanding professional audio and broadcast
markets. Of course, there is some overlap, because so much production
work is done on PC-like systems nowadays.
If you don't already have a free account, please
<http://linuxfoundation.org> to be included in our
I've signed up for LF Site Access, if that's the same thing - username
2) Also, you likely already have your infrastructure
needs taken care,
but we'd happy to help by having your efforts on our wiki and liststervs
if that is something linuxaudio.org
<http://linuxaudio.org> finds useful.
Thanks, but we have a server provided by Virginia Tech. I notice the
Foundation has a Sound and Multimedia workgroup with a page at
we can help with that workgroup.