[PD] oops (did a bad thing in puredata.info)
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Sun Mar 26 23:15:53 CEST 2017
Hi, I understand and take responsibility, I know I made mistake and screwed
up, and I apologize, I'm sorry. I hope we can move on and restore it,
So, I just wanna help and dedicate some of my effort to contribute to <
puredata.info>. All I wanted was something like this <
http://puredata.info/downloads/purr-data>; which was added a couple of day
ago. Notice there are no featured/experimental releases or anything on it,
just links to the release.
Nowadays, this seems like a more reasonable practice to point to a github
rather than using puredata.info to host the releases. I can add yet another
example of a relevant new Pd project outside <puredata.info> : <
I don't mean to be destructive, on the contrary, if you feel 'alpha55'
should be made available, even though it is not one of the 3 available
cyclone versions in deken, I can work on uploading it too... but it has
been discussed and agreed that we should not use cyclone to release new
versions as today this has been outgrown by other means, aka deken...
So, how to create a new plain and empty cyclone page if restoring the old
one ends up to be too troublesome? Mostly because the choice now is to not
use it as it was being used...
2017-03-26 17:43 GMT-03:00 <zmoelnig at iem.at>:
> so if you want to fix the "not true and quite misleading information"
> you should start by providing correct and unambiguous information,
> rather than trying to root out all the information that is not correct
> (from your point of view).
> be constructive, rather than destructive.
> since yesterday, the /downloads/cyclone/ page has been owned by three
> - krzysztof
> - fred jan
> - alex
> please: it is *your* responsibility to not fuck up the content of others.
> i understand that the website is showing its age, also from a UX point
> of view. but that is what we currently have.
> i think you should either accept the rigidness of /downloads/ and try to
> "go with the flow" of the page, or just plainly ignore it. (something i
> find quite similar to Pd, where you are basically lost as soon as you
> try to force your well known control-flow mechanics onto that odd
> data-flow paradigm).
> anyhow, i think i've learned *my* lesson.
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