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Or we could, you know, just use the Qtractor chapter we already have.
On 04/15/2012 07:34 PM, Klaatu wrote:
Hey all. This isn't exactly apropos to this issue, but I saw
"Qtractor" mentioned and figured I would mention this: I recently
completed about 100 pages of Qtractor documentation (licensed under
the GNU Free Documentation, of course).
It's available on qtractor.sourceforge.net
but I also maintain all
of the docbook source code (and by default I use Publican xsl, and
I borrowed a lot from the Publican infrastructure, so the code
should be near-Publican ready) on gitorious.org/slackermedia
It seems it can't become a part of the official guide since
Qtractor isn't an official package, but in the future, if it does,
now you know where to find existing documentation :-)
> If I understand you correctly, we: (A) already have that (see
> link below), and (B) are not supposed to have it.
> Official Fedora documentation is only supposed to document
> packages in the official Fedora repository. If we followed that
> rule, the SuperCollider, Qtractor, and real-time kernel chapters
> would not be allowed.
> In the future, once SuperCollider and Qtractor make it to the
> official Fedora repository, I will remove everything about Planet
> CCRMA at Home. The only reason we have non-Fedora software now is
> that I didn't know about the rule until after the Guide was
> published. And because nobody told me to remove it.
> What we can do is replace the "Planet CCRMA" chapter with a
> "non-Fedora software" chapter. We can explain what software
> exists in other repositories, and include a link to the Fedora
> Wiki. On the Fedora Wiki, we *can* provide instructions for
> installing non-Fedora software (as on the Flash page, for
> It's not the most straight-forward solution for users, but I
> think it's workable. Does anybody else have an alternate
> On 04/15/2012 12:17 PM, Vishnu M wrote:
>> After going through the music digest volumes I believe that
>> some of the packages might not make it to the official
>> repository due to Fedora Packaging Guidelines and some of them
>> might be really good.
>> I do not know if there is a provision for providing additional
>> details in Fedora Musicians guide for those packages that does
>> not make it to the official repository.
>> If there is a possibility, then for those packages we can make
>> entries to the musicians guide which will provide additional
>> resources and methodologies to build and run those packages on
>> their system which will inturn reduce there hassles.
>> Again, we can provide details about the script(or its DE
>> frontend) and its consequences in the musicians guide if it
>> allows. _______________________________________________ music
>> mailing list music(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
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