Kudos to whoever pushed the LADSPA SWH plugins to Extras! Thank you!
Now, here's my thoughts: this is a set of LADSPA plugins. It works
strictly in conjunction with the package named "ladspa" - indeed, it is
an extension to it.
Therefore, I believe that the name of the plugins package should include
the string "ladspa" somewhere. Examples:
Or perhaps even more logical:
This name shows clearly the fact that it's actually part of the LADSPA
suite. Moreover, the highest, least specific, denominator (ladspa) comes
first, the second highest (plugins) comes next, while the most specific
denominator (swh) comes last. Kind of like the YYYYMMDD scheme.
My proposal is to settle to a clear rule to name these packages and
apply it consistently to all LADSPA plugins. There are quite a few that
can still go to Extras:
And this one too:
I just found out about this project, very cool... I'm currently running
FC5+PlanetCCRMA on my desktop workstation.
1) is there a repository for fedora-music project yet or will it become
available as it is merged into extras?
1b) on a production system should I stick with CCRMA for now?
1c) is the project currently targeting FC5 or is it targeting
compatibility with FC6 and future versions of Fedora Core?
2) As this project gets under way will there be a kernel available
featuring the real-time preemption patch by Ingo Molnar? This has made
a huge difference for me and is essential to making my system actually
usable for live recording.