I APPROACH YOU MOST HONORABLY TODAY FOR A MUTUAL BUSINESS TRANSACTION.
Only joking. But I have other good news to tell: My LASH project
application for Summercode 2008  made it to the finals. That means
it'll compete against six other applications when the final round is
held on 28.3. (that's 3/28 to those of you with funny locales).
Here are the goals listed in the project application:
- Re-implement liblash's internal protocol to use D-Bus.
- Allow a LASH client to act both as a normal client and a control
- Add a callback API to liblash.
- Make lashd communicate with JACK using the "jackdbus" D-Bus interface.
(Probably will not overthrow the current libjack behavior for now, but
will be added as an optional feature.)
Dave Robillard (drobilla) has given the project his blessing on #lad,
and has granted me repository write access which I'll make good use of
soon. At this point I'd like for Dave to drop by and say "aye" for the
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