[PD] Pd-list Digest, Vol 49, Issue 1

Alexandre Porres porres at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 17:56:21 CEST 2009

> Do we want pdpedia to just be a reference manual of objects?
I think it is a good start. To have a list of Every Object out there, and
make clear which are written, and the ones who are not. And discuss in a
group of interested people a sort of division of works, strategies... etc.

A nice and simple model must be followed, we could think about expanding
pdpedia for other info later, as I believe this is very urgent.

Now, I would really love to collaborate, who is there already for me to
join? And whoelse wants to join too?


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> Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 22:09:07 +0100
> From: Philip Potter <philip.g.potter at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation
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> 2009/3/31 Alexandre Porres <porres at gmail.com>:
> > so we need :someone" to manage the system, ok, but then I see that this
> > problem is kinda well solved, right?
> > But how do you all see the writting of articles? Is it growing out well?
> I
> > believe "someone" could also direct how things are going, and that a main
> > team could work on it by fomenting its development and all...
> > right?
> Something like a WikiProject on wikipedia? It would be good to have
> standards on how articles should be formatted and what kind of
> information should be presented. I see there has been some effort to
> generate a standard layout for an article on an object, with inlets,
> outlets, arguments and messages as separate sections; but I can't find
> a good article to serve as an example for how all articles should
> look. The best I can find is:
> http://wiki.puredata.info/en/dac~
> http://wiki.puredata.info/en/metro
> If more articles looked like this, I think pdpedia would be much more
> useful.
> Do we want pdpedia to just be a reference manual of objects, or do we
> also want to include design patterns such as the [pack 0 0 0 0
> 0]/[unpack 0 0 0 0 0] idiom mentioned elsethread, tutorials, good
> practices and suchlike?
> Philip
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