[PD] and it's PR/Marketing, or those
nordbaer at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 22:40:06 CEST 2006
Is the pdweb maillist alive anyway?
As i see it; the people who want to change and are willing to invest,
have to gather and work on the website. Put together what to redo and
in what way and work these things out, send the stuff to the
responsible people and ask for permission to do the changes.
If forum integrated or not and what to choose will stay individual,
everybody has his preferences and there is no harm in that.
About an easier access to the projects, less skilled users just have
to wait it seems. I for myself don't want to disturb the grumpy ones
more then necessary.
And please, some of you should just show a bit more humor, what a hard
way of living - i couldn't.
On 10/21/06, Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at eds.org> wrote:
> On Oct 20, 2006, at 7:12 AM, Yves Degoyon wrote:
> > Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> >> On Oct 15, 2006, at 5:06 PM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
> >>> On Sat, 14 Oct 2006, Adrian wrote:
> >>>> Maybe i'm just frustrated about my own lack of skill. I was
> >>>> fascinated about projects like pdp, gridflow and especially
> >>>> desiredata. But installing them is a hell for me as a OS X
> >>>> user, and the least i wanna do is search/install for all the
> >>>> necessary things.
> >>> Installing those programs on OSX is also a chore for me, but
> >>> that's mostly because I don't use OSX. I really don't have to.
> >>> However, if you care, you could make some effort in talking to
> >>> OSX users that are trying to make those things work. I've just
> >>> received a mail today, telling me a list of fixes to do about
> >>> OSX for the new makefile system which was introduced 7 months
> >>> ago already.
> >> It would be not hard to fix PDP and PiDiP to work with the
> >> nightly builds, it just a matter of making the fixes and getting
> >> Tom Schouten and Yves Degoyon to accept them and check them into
> >> CVS. The latter is usually the harder part. Tom was until
> >> recently accepting a number of fixes, then he disappeared again.
> > ???
> > pidip hasn't had any changes or fixes since one year or so,
> > so i dunno what you're talking about
> That's what I am talking about. The CVS sources don't compile on Mac
> OS X, or only with some skills I don't have, and that's been the
> case for a year or so. Ideally, it would be part of the auto-build
> system and Pd-extended packages. It is on GNU/Linux.
> > ( except your boring discourse and your tons of useless messages )
> Feel free to filter or ignore my boring discourse and tons of useless
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