Anyone else having problems pushing commits there? It was fine yesterday, but
today I get an instant refusal.
No problems with github.
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
A friend and fellow free software enthusiast is trying to get FLAC
standardized with the IETF to foster its use as a long-term archive
format. If anyone here can see themselves drafting RFCs and helping with
the tedium of such a process, please write to me off-list.
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Meister für Veranstaltungstechnik (Bühne/Studio), Tonmeister VDT
all the traditionally lousy photos as taken by me during the
lac2017(a)UJM-St.Etienne, all unedited, no exceptions:)
rncbc aka. Rui Nuno Capela
I’m part of the LAC2017 committee, and was nearly all the time involved in the IRC #LAC2017 freenode channel as tcUJM (except one chairing session).
For those who were there, I already replied that there was actually a real copyright problem, since Thierry indeed used copyrighted material during his talk. However, he has the right to do so, having all the documents needed on INA (standing for Institut National de l’Audiovisuel – which could be translated to Audiovisual National Institute) material, so we are currently solving this problem.
Philippe, our LAC streaming technician is working onto this – but he needs some more time to edit videos, since he is needed on a lot of other projects in our university.
We are sorry for the temporary side-effect on Harry’s brilliant talk.
Thanks to all of you, I was thrilled being involved in this LAC and meeting several of you. I definitely look forward to seeing you again on forums, mailing lists and in future projects.
All the best,
Phd. Student at Jean Monnet University (Saint-Étienne)
I wrote a MIDI step sequencer for the old Novation Launchpads. It has quite
a few different scales (thanks to the tonal package on NPM), let's you
change the sequence length on the fly and set lower velocities by holding
down the pads.
Code and installation instructions: https://github.com/kasbah/launch-step
I'm currently trying to write a software MIDI/OSC control panel in
Kivy/Python . I want to implement a sensible knob behaviour but I
have trouble getting this right. The general idea is:
- Click (starting somewhere in the area of the knob control) and drag
upwards/downwards (y-axis) increases / decreases the value.
- Dragging left/right (x-axis) decreases step size of increments /
- Each knob has a min/max value.
My questions are:
- What should I use as the reference point for finding the distance of
the movement? The centre of the knob or where the first touch event
- Should I apply the distance to the value directly or use the distance
as a relative value (i.e. increment / decrement to the value when the
touch started)? If the former, how do I prevent value jumps?
- Or, to put it another way: how do you guys actually implement knob