>>For example, we currently include about 220 LADSPA plugins in 64 Studio,
I just meant for the distros. I think Patrick's original suggestion of a
single place to get all the LADSPA plugin sources from makes sense, to
guard against individual sites disappearing.
> I've no idea how you'd break them up.
Maybe RDF could help here - a package of compressors, a package of
oscillators and so on. But you'd still end up with a lot of potentially
Perhaps the thing to do is run a poll to find out the twenty or so most
useful plugins in a particular context. So for example if you're
recording a rock band you're looking for a compressor, a limiter, a
reverb and so on, whereas if you are doing research into synthesis you
probably want a whole different set of plugins.
Anyway, I've put ladspa.linuxaudio.org into DNS for now. Should be
working in half an hour, then Ico can set up a root directory for it.