[PD] responsability / privacy
Mikael at UL
mikael.fernstrom at ul.ie
Tue Sep 12 15:20:38 CEST 2017
I have done a number of installations and I normally disconnect and physically remove the mouse and kayboard.
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> On 12 Sep 2017, at 14:13, Antoine Rousseau <antoine at metalu.net> wrote:
> is it really required that you let the mouse and keyboard accessible?
> I mean all would be easier if you only provided kinda midi interface to the public.
> Antoine Rousseau
> http://www.metalu.net __ http://www.metaluachahuter.com/
> 2017-09-12 14:54 GMT+02:00 IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>:
>> On 2017-09-12 14:25, Jean-Marie Adrien wrote:
>> > Hello
>> > I will make an installation in a public space soon where the machine (mac) will be somehow accessible :
>> > for responsibility and privacy reasons, i’d like to make it impossible to manipulate the patches
>> > (first time i encounter this issue in my long usage of pd…)
>> > Is there a way to lock everything ? compile or whatever ?
>> > i mean once a patch is running, the mac is basically accessible, no ?
>> > (session opened, mouse and keyboard operable, not talking about ethernet)
>> > What i have been doing until now is run patches in public spaces tor theaters just as at home and that was fine, but won’t be ok this time
>> nothing very sophisticated, but my kiosk-plugin might be of help:
>> it basically lets you disable menus, shortcuts, puts a patch to
>> full-screen mode,...
>> i only ever tested it with linux, YMV on other systems.
>> also, it only fixes whatever an application can fix on its own. e.g.
>> low-level keyboard shortcuts, that the application doesn't even see,
>> e.g. [SysRq]+BUSIER) can't be intercepted.
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