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On 04/12/2012 03:07 AM, Christopher R. Antila wrote:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi: I'm not too familiar with Fedora's packaging guidelines, but it's possible they wouldn't want us to ship media files. But it does seem like a good idea... if we can somehow make it super-easy to get stuff to make stuff with, more stuff will be made.
Here's where it is documented: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Guidelines#Code_Vs_Content
Loosely you could consider hydron drumkits gig files or sfaz as fonts, so I see know proble with that, as long as we can package them where they will be found by an application.
Impulse response files are really useful bu there is no standard place for them as yet.
However, I suspect the 'best practices' strategy is to post RPMs on RPMFusion, rather than to ask users to download from a SourceForge project. RPMFusion already hosts several packages with features unacceptable for official Fedora packages (like MP3 support). Of course, if RPMFusion also doesn't want to host our RPMs, then a SourceForge project is a good choice. Is it possible to set up an RPM repository on SourceForge? Christopher. On 04/11/2012 05:12 PM, Brian Monroe wrote:I've had conversations with others about packaging content material for the Audio spin and it doesn't seem like that currently possible with how things are packed in Fedora. I know we don't quite have our package list together at this point, but I think there's a need for decent content for some of the plugins like samplers, reverbs, drumloops and the like. I think the more stuff like this we have available immediately for the audio spin, the more end users we're going to attract. Even presets for things like graphic EQs and the like. Anything to make less hassle for users... Anyone else feel this way, or am I alone in my line of thought? I may be easily persuaded after seeing it from another's point of view and I wonder how important it is in the large scheme of things. On a side note, I have sourceforge project that we could host content at if needed. (hurray for unlimited bandwith and drive space for large files) I know we're a ways off in implementing something like this, but it's not too soon to start gathering resources for it. _______________________________________________ music mailing list music@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJPhirbAAoJEInCktGVqZ8V8YEIAIzupLzbSNNIJWWMK0ucLlPf tjYMsrzUbNfDSzZf4jc85VdaXFt79emfEpJCsOk+e4ZldFcqvsSLhk4APjJT5oQM bv3pQv0Yy/UNN6WnBz+fFrNWYmsjD3lGV+1YFlPsuseIxlQ9agKz2hSw3uhejZju hN84GZGGdbKy6GAj2FTrJ3csHaVP8xfJ/vwkUjgAN34IoDjSCUxQUHTfAO1laHm+ cPGFy/MPz1wkGV93SNiHSLsDlQhy0F4qL3DraKyleq3XHn6oF+onDr7Xxe857nY9 GKrRHuNEwX+wHP0d9khZyZQUICzVRA3HBNtNZpdKMyFZGZ8AzC0ExfR0UdMp00I= =DCkI -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- _______________________________________________ music mailing list music@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music
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