[PD] Github. Was: Cyclone To Do: list of new objects; Any help?
Fred Jan Kraan
fjkraan at xs4all.nl
Sun Feb 14 14:29:07 CET 2016
> Ok, so I'm recruting people, and I'm receiving questions such as how the
> build system works and how should we interact with the github, what do
> you say Fred?
Yes, Github is the way to go. Anyone can fork cyclone and work on the
new objects in a new branch. When completed and tested, these objects
can be pulled into the main repository. It might sound a bit daunting
for the aspiring programmer, but it is certainly worth the learning
curve. Github also offers an integrated issue tracker and forum function
which allows structured communication between developers.
Git has numerous features and options, but only a few are needed to
become productive. My "cheat-sheet" only has six.
> 2016-02-12 0:43 GMT-02:00 Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com
> <mailto:porres at gmail.com>>:
> Howdy, here's a list of relevant new objects to include as externals
> in Pd. some of them are here because they are just easy and because
> I was able to do as abstractions or even make an external code
> draft. Some aren't that simple but I've made into abstractions as well.
> Anyway, this is what I find important and suggest to have as
> externals in Pd as we're still missing useful features from them
> see attachment and the google docs here
> Since I can't code, and since I realize that maintaining the
> existing library is enough work for now for Fred Jan, we'd need help
> from enthusiastic coders out there, so I'm trying to recrute friends
> for the task.
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