[PlanetCCRMA] PlanetCCRMA *not* in the press

Jeff Sandys sandysj@juno.com
Tue Aug 7 09:58:02 2007

My two cents: European magazine, European distributions.

When I started the choice was PlanetCCRMA or Agnula.
Now Agnula is dead, long live PlanetCCRMA.

I installed UbuntuStudio on my wife's computer after the 
experience I had building an Ubuntu computer for my inlaws.  
Now my wife can help her parents with their computer, and 
she might do some scoring for her string quartet.

And I like the Pure:Dyne live CD (Dynabolic).  One of their 
packages is Fluxus, a mashup of PLT Scheme with OpenGL, 
ODE free body dynamics and OSC sound.  I need to recompile 
PLT Scheme with some different options to get Fluxus to work 
in Fedora/PlanetCCRMA.  I have Pure:Dyne docked/nested 
on my laptop.

I think the improvements in the Fedora build process will help 
make PlanetCCRMA a stronger contender in the future, with 
the ability to make a live CD/DVD and directly install with ease.

-- Jeff Sandys

Stephan Neuhaus-2 wrote:
> ...
> Spiegel Online, one of Germany's most-read online magazines, 
> ...
> "Linux users have the choice between at least five current 
> distributions geared specially processing audio: 
> 64 Studio, Dynabolic, Jacklab, Musix, and Ubuntu Studio." 
> ...
> There is no mention of PlanetCCRMA in the article.  
> ...

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