[PD-dev] Requesting SVN commit access

Dennis Engdahl engdahl at snowcrest.net
Wed Feb 26 02:44:46 CET 2014

I did try to contact Martin, and received no reply.  If he sees this on 
the list, I would welcome communication from him.  I still would like to 
have svn write access for the future, however, if possible.

Dennis Engdahl
engdahl at snowcrest.net
(530) 926-2996

On Tue, 25 Feb 2014, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:

> Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 09:53:26 -0800 (PST)
> From: Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com>
> To: Dennis Engdahl <engdahl at snowcrest.net>, "pd-dev at iem.at" <pd-dev at iem.at>
> Subject: Re: [PD-dev] Requesting SVN commit access
> Hi Dennis,
>      I'm not sure who has the "keys to the kingdom" here.  But at far as the
> update for Martin's library you can just contact him directly (along with
> any documentation that explains your changes).  Then he can push the updates
> himself.  Generally that's the process for updates to preexisting libraries.
> Of course you can also get svn access to add your own library for other
> things.
> Best,
> Jonathan
> On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:29 AM, Dennis Engdahl
> <engdahl at snowcrest.net> wrote:
> To the list members:
> My name is Dennis Engdahl.  I have been developing computer programs since
> the days of the keypunch (and paper tape), and have taught computer
> science at the college level for 20 years.  I am now retired, and have
> started an internet providing company which my sons now run.
> I am an expert at communications software (TCP/IP, etc.), and am
> interested in pd to communicate with my church's new Behringer X32.  Since
> the UDP routines Martin Peach wrote are not able to receive data
> successfully from the X32, I researched the problem and created a new
> routine which will communicate.  If you're interested in the details, you
> can either look at my source, or pm me.
> At this time, I would like to commit this routine (udpsndrcv.c) and its
> help file to Martin's area, to allow others to communicate with hardware
> with the same requirements as the X32.
> I am interested also in the audio aspects of pd, and may be developing
> other routines to help out in the future.
> Please allow me SVN commit access to be able to accomplish this.
> Thank you,
> Dennis Engdahl
> engdahl at snowcrest.net
> (530) 926-2996
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