[PD] (ot) FOSS/FLOSS Articles
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Mon Nov 28 21:47:56 CET 2011
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From: Julian Brooks <jbeezez at gmail.com>
Date: 28 November 2011 19:41
Subject: Re: [PD] (ot) FOSS/FLOSS Articles
To: Marco Donnarumma <devel at thesaddj.com>
Yes indeed, it certainly helps.
I had read the Ben Bogart already but not the Openlab one - which is great
- also I didn't realise that so many familiar names were involved; Chun and
Andy then Rob from Puredyne too. Good stuff. I also got the Telekommunist
Manifesto from a link you provided which I enjoyed tremendously.
Many thanks and all good wishes,
P.S. Any more from anyone else gladly welcome. I have been trawling the
standard academic sources but I think for this topic it's not necessarily
going to be the best or only place to look, which is why I wish to cast my
net a bit further.
On 28 November 2011 18:21, Marco Donnarumma <devel at thesaddj.com> wrote:
> Hi Julian,
> I had the pleasure to interview the Openlab folks  and our fellow Pd
> developer and artist Ben Bogart  for the online journal Vague Terrain.
> You can find the complete text on-line at:
> The former is an in-depth discussion about everything FLOSS with an accent
> on their local experience.
> The latter initially focuses on Ben's work with FLOSS and dreaming
> machines, then drifts towards some socio-cultural issues involving free
> software and open source philosophy.
> Hope this helps,
> best wishes,
>  http://www.pawfal.org/openlab/about/
>  http://www.ekran.org/ben/wp/
>> Hi all,
>> I'm hoping some people can point me towards any new and interesting
>> FLOSS/FOSS papers/articles that have caught your imagination, preferably
>> with a musical slant but not necessarily so.
>> I'm doing some writing on this topic for my studies and would like to feel
>> I have a thorough overview.
>> Things along the lines of the FLOSS & Art book or Marloes de Valk's
>> in Contemporary Music Review from 2009 are perfect.
>> Very best wishes,
> Marco Donnarumma
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> The University of Edinburgh, UK
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