I made packages for petri-foo for my own purposes from the latest git
If anyone is interested in testing petri-foo and give feedback / file
bug reports to James Morris and his team at tracker at
then the i686.rpm / x86_64.rpm / src.rpm packages can be found in my
repos as follows:
There are also packages for a2jmidid-7 (with bug fix for clean
successful connections to jackd) and harmanySEQ-0.15.
Am 10.12.2011 18:13, schrieb Brendan Jones:
I have recently gone through the pain of relocating countries, setting
up new workstations etc. and would love to have all the packages I use
sitting in Fedora. As a result I've packaged a few things which I use
What is the status of the Fedora Audio SIG? After going through this
myself I am keen to resurrect the idea of a Fedora Studio. We could even
make it a feature of Fedora 17.
We would probably need to coordinate from planetccrma what desperately
needs to be in mainline Fedora and any other packages which are missing.
If there is anything you would like packaged which is not let me know.
In the meantime there is a new packages that have hit Fedora 16 (at
.least) in the last month or so.
zita-at1 - Fons' auto-tuner
zita-rev1 - Reverb from Fons
phat - GTK toolkit for audio software, was in planetccrma, depandancy of
specimen. New project coming soon to Fedora petri-foo, which
replaces/inherits specimen (currently FTBS in planet)
clxclient - dependancy of zita*, previously in planetccrma*
I also have a couple of lv2 plugins awaiting review here .
Also thinking of packaging Neil, although this will probably need to
reside in rpmfusion
Freenode: bsjones (not often but will lurk in #fedora-audio,
#opensourcemusicians for a bit)
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