On 03/30/2012 02:02 AM, Christopher R. Antila wrote:
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I was going to propose a paper, but basically didn't get around to it
in time. There's also no affordable way for me to arbitrarily appear
in California, much as I would like to participate.
Maybe we could hold an IRC meeting to coincide with the conference? Or
else we could somehow publicize the effort?
I was thinking we definitely need to hold an Audio Creation SIG IRC
meeting very soon in any case. Probably earlier than the conference in
fact (the GSoC student application is in 7 days and we are still fairly
light on detail).
I could look for a meeting time sometime around mid-next week - perhaps
those conference attendees who are interested could also talk about it
in person? When is good for people? - I live in Europe but am very
flexible - should not be a problem for me to take time out of work for this.
In the meantime I could start reviewing what I think we need to achieve
and post back to the list for comment?
On 03/29/2012 01:29 AM, Jeff Sandys wrote:
> Brendan, Christopher or others interested in a Fedora Audio Spin,
> Will you be attending the Linux Audio Conference at Stanford, April
> 12-15? If so, we should meet up and discuss a roadmap for the
> project. Add your name to the list on this page if interested:
> Thanks, Jeff Sandys