On Mon, Apr 17, 2006 at 05:13:02PM -0400, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
If I'm wrong, please feel free to unsubscribe yourself. :)
You are probably wrong, but not about this ;->
In the short term, there's a number of Redhatters on this little
I'd like to scam whatever hardware we can to set up a Planet CCRMA demo
system somewhere on the Centennial campus -- so people within the walls
can see what's going on and get excited about it.
I can probably help a bit there. I've got some hardware at
home I don't use that I could bring in. (MAudio Delta44 sound card, an
edirol um880 8x8 midi interface, maybe a behringer mixer and a
controller keyboard as well).
We'd need a machine or two. I think all my spare test machines
have been claimed as pxe/kickstart/provisioning test boxes.
So. Anyone care to introduce themselves?
I'm Adrian Likins. I've been at Red Hat for about 7 1/2 years
now. I'm currently working with our ET systems mangement group. I used
to be the up2date maintainer. I play in a band or two, mostly improv
noise/ambient kind of stuff. One of them (http://www.phasmatodea.net
licenses all of our music under a Creative Commons license.
I occasionaly use the computer as part of the process (but
ahem, er, *cough* mostly under osx...). I intend to change that though
(in particular, probably sooperlooper and freqtweak).