[PD] documentation material for Pd related grants, funds, and prizes

Greg Pond gregpond at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 15:53:50 CEST 2007

If there is enough interest to commit this to video, I could do a
little shooting- just let me know and I will bring a camera and mic to
Montreal. I will be there wed. evening through sat. morning. I am
working on another documentary project right now and cannot commit to
any reasonable schedule for editing or other post production but can
hand over the tapes or work on it when my schedule opens up. I would
want someone with more knowledge of the Pd world to help determine who
and what to shoot and help with interviewing but I am happy to help


On 8/16/07, marius schebella <marius.schebella at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> the "money for Pd" topic was already discussed often; pd licenses for
> universities, several other ways to support the development of pd like
> conventions, google summer of code and so on. although it never lead to
> results...
> I was thinking of funds or prizes like the ars electronica festival. I
> am still not sure if Pd will fit in one of the categories, but I know
> that you have to send a DVD about the project/community. maybe the
> pdconv would be a good place for some interviews and shoot good footage.
> one principle question for me with submissions is, if someone should be
> in charge of the pd community? like an official speaker, or a table of
> people. honestly I think no, but without that it will be more difficult
> to access some of the money. (does pd development need money at all???...)
> the more tanglible question is, if there is someone who wants to help
> getting this done, filming, interviewing, cutting, writing, research.
> marius.
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