Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
We are, as we
have been always, quite on our own in this little pocket
universe of ours.
I think this issue is amplified by the fact that the conference also targets
by and large the same crowd.
what's the difference between Linux-Audio-Developer meeting and
historically Karlsruhe Thu/Fri vs. Sat/Sun - this year was different:
Berlin weekdays vs. Berlin weekend - with a smaller audience on the last
two days ;-)
what is the location in Cologne like? - will there be Students lingering
during week but not the weekend next year?
I suggest a single (no parallel) devel-track next year - maybe some
workshops can overlap or be in parallel with the last devel-talk of the
day, which can be a demo..
all other tracks should be for general audience: musicians, home-users
or professionals. Leaving the devs to attend, chat, hack, live-code or
redo their presentation in a different style..
as for promoting Linux-Audio, what about setting up a "Music Made with
Linux" webradio station? - what happened to all the audio-transmittals
of LAC? is there an archive?