[PD] It's too quiet in here
jbeezez at gmail.com
Fri Nov 22 10:15:56 CET 2013
Right on indeed.
I for one am very much looking forward to poring over the (hopefully vast)
documentation generated over the Cali Pd weekend of events.
Did look very cool.
Any news on that front?
And Phil - The list has been quiet over the last week or so but definitely
traffic going on all through Nov.
Perhaps an issue with your mailer?
All the best,
On 21 November 2013 21:33, Phil Stone <pkstone at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> On 11/21/13 1:13 PM, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:
>> On 11/21/2013 02:04 PM, Phil Stone wrote:
>>> Hmm, this once-thriving list has gone awfully silent of late. Is this
>>> thing on? <tap tap>
>>> I had the pleasure of meeting, for the first time, several august
>>> members of the Pd community this past weekend, thanks to Joe Deken and New
>>> Blankets gathering some of us together in San Diego and Los Angeles.
>>> Miller, Roman, Ivica, Jonathan, (and Katja -- I didn't do more than say
>>> hi, sorry) I just wanted to say that I am grateful to be involved in a
>>> group of such talented and humble people, and constantly marvel at what a
>>> powerful tool has been placed into my hands, at no cost.
>>> May Pd never die!
>> Hi Phil,
>> It was great to meet you!
>> Personally I've been sending diffs to Ivica to get some stuff into
>> Pd-l2ork, so that some of the features I showed in my workshop will work
>> out of the box.
>> I'm keeping a sharp eye on your work with Pd-l2ork on OS X, Jonathan. It
> looks like such an excellent environment, I really want to work in it. For
> one thing, I've heard all the many good arguments for straight, unsegmented
> patch cords, but I don't think I'd ever get tired of seeing splined patch
> cords in my patches! Having seen both, I'd say splines work better in all
> BTW, regarding the title of this thread; I just searched the archives and
> realized that I hadn't gotten any messages since Nov. 6. After my post
> today, I'm getting them again. Anybody else had any glitches in getting
> list messages, or is it something local for me?
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