On 04/27/2012 02:18 AM, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
"absorb content" - LOL. That's even better than "consume" :)
> that I pulled together
Nah, I won't do anything of that sort.
> Hardly in the
IMHO the best for the community would would be to collect end-user
targeted _manuals_ and _tutorials_ on https://flossmanuals.net/ - It
allows proper maintenance of the text. Remixing, printing, translations,
layouting, and what not.. - It's also the site that most newbies check
Some of the lau.linuxaudio.org stuff however should IMO go into the
Do you have any objection to that?
> BTW, the content was originally migrated to LAO from DJCJ.org. You may not
Sure, you've mentioned that a few times before. and yes I'm aware of it
because I've created the vhost and account for you around 2005/06. I'm
not sure how this is relevant to the current discussion however, but
we're actually really grateful for most of your efforts and the time you
invested. It's a bit sad to see you depart because of - IIUC - a handful
of advertisement bucks. ..or is it about your independence from the
consortium and community?
You got a point there. Now, we only need a hall-of-fame.
lowlatency.linuxaudio.org now redirects to the wiki. The wiki-page has a
note about the history of it at the top (feel free to edit - the wiki
does keep a history and provides permanent URLs) and also links to a
.tgz of the original HTML, which can - one day - be used in the
hall-of-fame. Meanwhile there's
Being wiki-syntax, provides for easy copy/paste. Some of the content
that's still relevant these days can be merged into other - up-to-date
# zap awards.linuxaudio.org
zap: command not found
:) - I will look into that later.
http://lam.fugal.net/ is not exactly a "label"; but works just fine sine
While LAO is not officially a 501(c). Non-profit has always been an
integral part of the linuxaudio organization and consortium.
However, that does not mean that we can't promote or support [linux]
musicians who in turn make profit. A LAO label may pay off indirectly:
Someone may volunteer to pull it off for that reason.
For the time being, filtering http://planet.linuxaudio.org/ for music or
running a dedicated planet that only aggregates sounds might be a