[PD] and it's PR/Marketing, or those

Pete Hindle petehindle at gmx.co.uk
Tue Oct 17 11:45:40 CEST 2006


Here are some of the topics that I think it would be useful to have  
available on the website:

* What it is, in simple terminology
* What people are doing with it
* How to install it - where to find different versions, and a sub- 
page with 'common problems' that people have when installing
* Some simple tutorials with patches (the first howto on the current  
page is Miller's book!)

How does this list strike other people?  I've tried to keep sort-of  
within the boundaries of the current website structure.


On 17 Oct 2006, at 09:47, Steffen wrote:

> On 16/10/2006, at 22.01, Frank Barknecht wrote:
>> Hallo,
>> Steffen hat gesagt: // Steffen wrote:
>>> I also know, that things only get done when people voluntarily
>>> actually do it (as in any anarchistic environment). Therefor, though
>>> i can't promise it, i will see to make a prober proposal for such a
>>> change. Much will stay the same, as the present documentation of the
>>> Pd scene isn't done by fools, most sertanly the complete opposite,
>>> but i think i have quite unspoiled eyes, to see where changes could
>>> be to the better, as i have done very little work in Pd and therefor
>>> don't know very much.
>>> Now; would it be welcome?
>> I think, this is a great idea, and an outside view (spoiled or not ;)
>> is good to have.
>> Everyone who wants to get more involved how the website should look
>> like and be structured should probably subscribe to the pdweb list:
>> http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pdweb
> okay dokay - i'll post to he pdweb list when done.
> Best, steffen
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