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On 03/21/2010 02:51 PM, Joe O'Dell wrote:
Liking the idea!
I don't play anything spectacular - just trumpet & cornet
(but I don't have any instruments at the moment)
I'd be really interested to see how this goes!
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On 21 Mar 2010, at 09:13, Renich Bon Ciric wrote:
> This sounds really interesting!
> I'm a singer/guitarrist/keyboardist. I love Fedora and the OpenSource
> philosophy. I know my way with keys, guitars and samplers. I could be
> a drummer/sampler that plays loops on some FOSS software or something.
> I have written a lot of music (spanish and some english).
> Here're some links
> I dunno how we can accomplish this. I don't have enough money for
> travels; I live in México. I'd love to participate but I don't see how
> Anyway, wanted to say something about it. Include me if possible...
> and help me figure out how to practice and play.
> It's hard to be free... but I love to struggle. Love isn't asked for;
> it's just given. Respect isn't asked for; it's earned!
> Renich Bon Ciric
> On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 9:58 PM, wonderer <wonderer4711(a)gmx.de> wrote:
>> Hy there,
>> some days ago at the Marketing FAD 2010 as Paul and I stand in front of
>> a small guitar shop I had the idea to have some kind of Fedora Band.
>> At events like FUDCON or summit's, etc. we can perform live and the
>> other time we can exercise over the Internet. Other ideas welcome.
>> I found a tool like http://www.tracksandfields.com
wich we can use, but
>> maybe some other guys know other tools. Also I do not think that the
>> Fedoraband like that one http://www.fedoraband.com/
has anything to do
>> with us (if otherwise known please tell me ;-) ).
>> If somebody think thats a cool idea and want to participate, please have
>> a look at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedoraproject_Band
>> info and check yourself in. So, rock it!
>> mit freundlichen Grüßen / best regards
>> Henrik Heigl - wonderer(a)fedoraproject.org
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