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Re: Action items for the Audio spin



On 4 April 2012 05:50, Christopher R. Antila <crantila@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Hi:
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> On 04/03/2012 03:35 AM, Brendan Jones wrote:
>>
>>> The scratch LXDE kickstart I put together was still only a little
>>> too large for a live CD (but not much) and it covered all of the
>>> above bar supercollider.
> I'm not sure Frescobaldi/LilyPond are required for a Live CD. They
> don't take up much space, but Frescobaldi (at least used to) have a
> SoundFont as a dependency.
>
>>
>>> I think for the DVD we should cover everything, and the Live CD a
>>> subset showcasing the most popular applications (ie. one DAW
>>> instead of three etc).
> To that end, I added the "For Music Scholars" section to
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Audio_creation_spin_development
>
> Having those packages in the official Fedora repository unlocks a
> potential user-base of five people at my institution, five people at
> MIT, five people at Stanford, and two at University of Aberdeen.
>

Hi, this might seem like a silly question, but are there any plans to
have a default music player in the spin? Had a quick look through the
pages and google and can't see any mention of one. If the default
desktop is not Gnome or KDE then I guess their players wont be
included.

Separately, is Pulse going to be on by default? If it is then the jack
pulse plugins would be a useful inclusion.

-- 
imalone
http://ibmalone.blogspot.co.uk
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