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The bistro! / Making music with Linux (LilyPond, Csound, etc.)
« le: 23 février 2014 à 22:40:14 »
I've been playing around with LilyPond ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LilyPond ) to make piano sheet music and midi files (which I turn into ogg and mp3 as well with timidity and ffmpeg) and finally got around to posting them here: http://music.greptilian.com

Here's my quick and dirty build script for the site: http://git.greptilian.com/?p=musichacks.git;a=blob;f=build.sh

In addition, I spend a few minutes last night playing around with Csound ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Csound ) which seems much more complicated and technical. You can see some discussion about it and some examples at http://irclog.greptilian.com/sourcefu/2014-02-23

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The bistro! / slystone != slystallone
« le: 16 juin 2013 à 20:15:43 »

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Tips and tricks / dropcast - for getting mp3s onto your phone
« le: 07 avril 2013 à 20:57:40 »
I recently started using https://github.com/inoks/dropcast to get mp3s onto my phone (old podcast episodes that are no longer in the main feed) and I love it!

See also http://irclog.perlgeek.de/crimsonfu/2013-04-07#i_6674583

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My profile for this forum seems to be http://linuxvillage.net/index.php?action=profile;u=214 but it requires people to log in to see it and what I've posted here.

I prefer it when all this information is public, such as on http://stackoverflow.com/users/19464/philip-durbin where people can see who I am, what I've asked and answered, even my favorites and activities.

Is there a way I can make my profile on this forum public? At least I would like people to be able to browse to the URL above and see my profile and click on links to posts I've made here. I did look around for this but didn't find anything quickly. Thanks.

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I was chatting with mélodie the other day and mentioned that I'm not a a big fan of forums:

http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2013/03/27/%23ubuntu-women-project.html#t14:51

Since she asked so nicely though, I decided to create an account on this one.  :)

It looks like the forum software you're using is SMF but I'm curious what people who really like forums think about some new open source forum software called Discourse.

Here's the introductory post about it:

http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2013/02/civilized-discourse-construction-kit.html

Its home page is http://discourse.org and the code is at https://github.com/discourse/discourse

I've played a little bit on their "meta" site: http://meta.discourse.org/users/pdurbin

The argument for using Discourse (from the people who wrote it) seems to be that it's much more advanced than traditional forum software such a phpBB (and presumably SMF). Here's some decent discussion about this: http://meta.discourse.org/t/what-is-wrong-with-phpbb/3763

Again, I'm curious what regular users of forum software think of Discourse. Is it attractive? Is it compelling? Are you perfectly happy with older solutions?

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