took me a while but I've submitted ardour4 for review to be included in
I'd be very grateful if someone would pick up the review.
I've also built binary packages in copr, so if you want to give the new
version a whirl, you can do so by enabling the nphilipp/ardour4 copr
repo, and installing ardour4. These should later smoothly transition
over to the official packages when there are any, so have fun!
Nils Philippsen "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase
Red Hat a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty
nils(a)redhat.com nor Safety." -- Benjamin Franklin, 1759
PGP fingerprint: C4A8 9474 5C4C ADE3 2B8F 656D 47D8 9B65 6951 3011
Can anyone confirm that lilypond-2.19.18 from Fedora 22 Beta currently is
unusable, probably due to problems with Ghostscript 9.16?
On my system compiling any *.ly file fails with an error message related
Hi, new to -Jam / Audio apps / modifications, not so new to Fedora or testing.
I use Ardour to record and am new to all the audio modifications and appreciate all the work you do on the spin.
Willing to help where I can, I IRC some times, moderately good at bug reports, can package, and can test.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ian Malone" <ibmalone(a)gmail.com>
> To: music(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:43:36 AM
> Subject: Re: [Fedora-music-list] F22 Jam Beta
> Recent test composes and release get announced on the fedora-test
> mailing list, they typically turn up in
> https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/ e.g.
> though I don't think that's a guaranteed link. The beta available at
> prerelease is the official beta, which I think should correspond to
> Beta RC3.
On 28 April 2015 at 19:01, Bodhi Zazen <bodhi.zazen(a)montanalinux.org> wrote:
> How do I make a request to be added to the mailing list ?
> I sent a request, but have not had a response , I use Fedora Jam
If you mean the test list the link is
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/test N.B. this is
Fedora Project testing, not just Fedora Jam (which is only a small
If you mean the music list (Fedora Jam and music creation related
packages) then the sign up link is the one at the bottom of emails on
this list https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music
though since your email is a reply to mine it looks like you must be
receiving messages to that one.
If you've signed up and not received a confirmation email then the
most likely possibilities are mistake entering the email address to be
subscribed and messages from the list ending up in your spam or junk
-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: [NEW Spins websites] Functional spins
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2015 15:33:11 +0200
From: Robert Mayr <robyduck(a)fedoraproject.org>
To: amitksaha(a)fedoraproject.org, Bruno Wolff III <bruno(a)wolff.to>,
timn(a)fedoraproject.org, rmattes(a)fedoraproject.org, Joerg Simon
Dear Spin owners,
probably you heard it already but after getfedora.org
<http://getfedora.org> for F21, the websites team is redesigning
spins.fedoraproject.org <http://spins.fedoraproject.org> and we decided
to split the content there in desktop spins and functional spins.
The Spins you own actually will go under a complete new website,
labs.fedoraproject.org. We are already working on it and I made an
example for the Design Suite to show you how it will look like. 
All Spins will have their own space and therefore I'm asking you to help
us with the content. I should be able to write all the rest, but as you
can see we want to promote the most important features of every single
Spin, in order to give end-users an overview of what they get when
installing your spin.
It would be very helpful if you could reply with a list of features and
some short description of them, maybe also with an SVG of the icon if
it's spin related. Otherwise I can try to find one somewhere else.
We don't have much time left until F22 final release and labs.fpo will
not be the only new website. Be so kind and try to get back to me ASAP,
we need to code the pages and give translators some time to work on it.
For any question o doubt feel free to contact me.
(these are design mockups, but both pages are already web-coded).
See also a blogpost from Mairin:
I am giving Fedora 22 (alpha release) a try - just curiosity.
It seems it currently has lilypond-2.19.18 in updates-testing.
I am not sure having "unstable development versions" in official distributions
repo is a good idea, is it?
Ever dream of maintaining GNU/Linux servers and providing support for a
closely knit community of users interested in everything related to
sound, music and DSP? Designing high performance GNU/Linux-based
workstations that are completely silent? Packaging your favorite free
software so that users worldwide can easily download and install it?
Designing, maintaining, managing and deploying complex multichannel
studio and concert diffusion systems? Working with a community of
interdisciplinary students, researchers and faculty from all over the
world? Doing some music and research on the side? (and more, of course).
And all that at CCRMA, the Center for Computer Research in Music and
Acoustics in the middle of Silicon Valley?
And working with Nando?[*] (well, nothing's perfect :-)
Details are here:
Just in case you don't know, the Stanford Center for Computer Research
in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) is a multi-disciplinary facility where
composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology
both as an artistic medium and as a research tool.
Waiting for applications...
Hello Fedora musicians, I've been lurking this list for a little bit and this is my first time chiming in on something.
I think it is important to pursue an official realtime kernel for Fedora. I think a distribution focused on audio without a realtime kernel would have a serious bug, that IMO, would be worth delaying publication for.
>So I had a beer with hansomepirate(jdulaney), who is, or was on the kernel
sig, last night and we got to talking about a RT kernel.
>Last time we talked to the kernel folks about an rt kernel, they weren't
impressed with the "need" for Fedora, but that was before the Spin was
>Now might be a good time to raise this issue again? I dug through my
archives and found this thread. Now that we have an actual spin that's out,
we can actually redo some of the testing to have more realistic tests.
(multitrack with effects)
>I feel like right now, it's one of the few benefits that the ubuntu studio
folks have (or at least claim to have) over us. The other is some
semi-proprietary software that on... you know what, never mind it's getting
>Anyways, does the list think this is worth pursuing?
>>On Wed Feb 22 2012 at 9:10:29 PM Brian Monroe <briancmonroe at gmail.com[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music]>
>> Ok, I redid all the tests, while the system was only running my DE and the
>> test, and then again when I put it under duress by running a script that
>> looped "du -h /" and "ls -Ral /usr/" over and over. I ran the script twice
>> to get my proc up a bit to emulate running some intese delays and reverbs
>> or other effects.
>> Ironically the kernels typically did better when the scripts were running.
>> Personally I think there's a clear advantage with CCRMA's kernel or even
>> just a preempt kernel in the max lat areas. Those max numbers jumped up
>> close to where they were near the beggining of the test if anyone was
>> Here's the file with both sets of tests and the uname -a info as requested
>> by Fernando.
>>> On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 6:54 AM, Brian Monroe <briancmonroe at gmail.com[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/music]
>>> I'll be sure to include that on the next batch. I used the kernel you
>>> after installing the CCRMA repo when you use yum install kernel-rt, which
>>> happens to be 3.0.17-1.rt33.1.fc16.ccrma.x86_64.rt. I'll go back and
>>> include the other info to the old results when I do the load testing
>>> tonight or tomorrow.