[linux-audio-announce] Linux Audio Conference 2005 proceedings are available

Previous message: [thread] [date] [author]
Next message: [thread] [date] [author]
To: <announce@...>
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2005 - 1:42 pm

+-----------------------------------------------------------------+
| ______ ______ _ _ _ |
| /\ / _____) ___ \| | | | | /\ |
| / \ | / ___| | | | | | | | / \ |
| / /\ \| | (___) | | | | | | | / /\ \ |
| | |__| | \____/| | | | |___| | |_____| |__| | |
| |______|\_____/|_| |_|\______|_______)______| |
| |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------+

[Sorry for cross-posting. Feel free to forward around]

Florence, 28 April 2005

+++ Linux Audio Conference 2005 proceedings are available

The proceedings for the 2005 edition of the Linux Audio Conference,
held at ZKM in Karlsruhe from April 21 to April 24, 2005, are now
available online. Among the many excellent papers that were presented
during what is by now the most famous conference of the Linux Audio
scene, the AGNULA team manage to squeeze two contributions in.

+++

The proceedings for the 2005 edition of the Linux Audio Conference,
held at ZKM in Karlsruhe from April 21 to April 24, 2005, are now
available online. Among the many excellent papers that were presented
during what is by now the most famous conference of the Linux Audio
scene, the AGNULA team manage to squeeze two contributions in.

The first paper, "AGNULA/DeMuDi - GNU/Linux and Free Software for the
pro audio and sound research domain" by Bernardini, Cirotteau,
Ekanayaka and Glorioso focuses on the AGNULA/DeMuDi GNU/Linux
distribution - where we are and where we are going from now on. The
second paper, "AGNULA Libre Music - Free Software for Free Music" by
Fugazza and Glorioso, is a description of the AGNULA Libre Music web
database.

We encourage you to download the papers at:

- AGNULA/DeMuDi - GNU/Linux and Free Software for the pro audio and
sound research domain

http://lac.zkm.de/papers/bernardini_et_al.pdf

- AGNULA Libre Music - Free Software for Free Music

http://lac.zkm.de/papers/fugazza_glorioso.pdf

Last, not least, please do download and read all the other papers.
The wealth of material presented during this edition of Linux Audio
Conference was impressive and is welcome sign of maturity for those
who wish to professionaly use GNU/Linux systems for audio/sound
production and/or research work.

The proceedings are available online at:

http://lac.zkm.de/proceedings.shtml

+++

About AGNULA: Agnula (acronym for A GNU/Linux Audio distribution,
pronounced with a strong g) is the name of a project funded until
April 2004 by the European Commission (number of contract:
IST-2001-34879; key action IV.3.3, Free Software: towards the critical
mass). After the end of the funded period, AGNULA is continuing its
work, aiming to spread Libre Software in the professional audio/video
arena.

Big thanks to the following institutions for their help in supporting
AGNULA:

- Firenze Tecnologia

for paying Free Ekanayaka to work full-time on maintaining A/DeMuDi;

- KTH Department of Speech, Music and Hearing

for housing and supporting the main AGNULA server

- IRCAM and CCRMA

for providing mirror space and bandwidth

- Red Hat France

for supporting the A/RehMuDi distribution

Best regards,

--
The AGNULA Team info@agnula.org
Our mailing lists: http://lists.agnula.org/
Our web site: http://www.agnula.org/
"There's no free expression without control on the tools you use"

Previous message: [thread] [date] [author]
Next message: [thread] [date] [author]

This is the only confirmed message in this thread.