Re: [linux-audio-user] More music -> Even more music

From: Mark Constable <markc@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Jul 25 2005 - 21:32:35 EEST

On Monday 25 July 2005 23:24, October wrote:
> I find *all* the music postings on this list to be
> quite inspirational to keep hammering away at my own
> attempts at making something resembling "music" ;)
> Thankyou for that, all of you!

Absolutely... it's been great to hear the results of the
effort put in by folks doin' it on linux.

> Now if people posting could just get in the habit of
> including some of the creation details... perhaps a
> simple list or description of what hardware and
> software was used and maybe a word or two about how
> you accomplished that certain special sound or rhythm
> or perhaps what was the biggest challenge with each
> track and how it was overcome?

A very much FWIW but if anyone points an RSS agregator like
Akregator to the "podcast" RSS 2.0 feed at...

then you'll notice that when clicking on a particular item
then a "Complete Story" link appears on the RHS and clicking
it goes to an empty Wiki page that only requires a click on
"Edit this document" to be able to start editing an online
page of... well, anything related to the song.

Apparently Akregator will deal directly with RSS "enclosures"
soon so that might make this even more useful, to auto download
the items automatically from this (or any podcast-like RSS)
feed. And FWIW2 this provides a comfy clickable list of all
61 tracks so far (assuming they are all still web-visible)...


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