Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Georg Holzmann
Hallo! afaik, pdpedia is poorly maintained at the moment. I think there will be a better solution in the future to get rid of spam and optimize searching and contributions. for now, your observation of burnout seems correct. marius. I think pdpedia has a lot of potential, but it needs

Re: [PD] pd book sprint

2009-03-31 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Alexandre Porres hat gesagt: // Alexandre Porres wrote: you know, yeah, but the thing is that phasor is not actually an oscilator at all !!! the name actually refers to phase, and not sawtooth. And a [triangle~] may be used as a ping-pong looping [phasor~]. The objects Pd provides

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Philip Potter
2009/3/31 Georg Holzmann g...@mur.at: Hallo! afaik, pdpedia is poorly maintained at the moment. I think there will be a better solution in the future to get rid of spam and optimize searching and contributions. for now, your observation of burnout seems correct. marius. I think pdpedia has

[PD] Smooth motion with GEM

2009-03-31 Thread maths...@libero.it
Hi list, I'm using the patch below on Pd-extended 0.40.3 on a MacBook Pro, MacOsX10.4.11, to test the best setting for the [gemwin] initialization. Even with a simple 4/3 [rectangle] I can't get smooth motions: if I increase/decrease its dimensions with a [line] (let's say increasing

Re: [PD] Smooth motion with GEM

2009-03-31 Thread marius schebella
sending the gemwin a message FSAA 2 (or 4...) before you create it will enhance the smoothness a little bit. marius. 2009/3/31 maths...@libero.it maths...@libero.it: Hi list, I'm using the patch below on Pd-extended 0.40.3 on a MacBook Pro, MacOsX10.4.11, to test the best setting for the

Re: [PD] Smooth motion with GEM

2009-03-31 Thread cyrille henry
setting framerate to 50 with the frame massage on your patch make the display very fluid. 50fps correspond to 20ms between frame, and that's exactly the default output rate of line. so everything is fine in your patch. once correctly configured it works perfectly. at least on my computer.

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Alexandre Porres
Hi, welll, so someone needs to take over? I would definately be interested on this. I do, nevertheless, feel I bit clueless as I dont know the way to the source of all objects. And cant really be an expert on things other than audio/music. I also consider rather unfair to be the work of only one

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread marius schebella
the someone would be in charge of the server space and the maintainance of the mediawiki (accounts, updates, spam, search functionality, synchronization with other documentations). this could also be done by several people, but usually the responsibility is with one person. all the rest can easily

[PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
The other night I watched a very nice lecture from Paul Prudence (dataisnature.com). He uses to make audio-responsive video feedback, where a single shape (a square) is recursively displayed, causing very complex structures to arise. The relevant parts of the lecture are here:

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread cyrille henry
look at gem exemple 07.feedback in 07.texture directory and also at self similar performance by Ben bogart (2004) : http://www.ekran.org/ben/wp/?page_id=101 ++ c Derek Holzer a écrit : The other night I watched a very nice lecture from Paul Prudence (dataisnature.com). He uses to make

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
Thanks much! [pix_snap2tex] is exactly the starting point I needed. D. cyrille henry wrote: look at gem exemple 07.feedback in 07.texture directory and also at self similar performance by Ben bogart (2004) : http://www.ekran.org/ben/wp/?page_id=101 ++ c Derek Holzer a écrit : The other night

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread cyrille henry
this was the old way to do (but still working fine). i think it can be faster to render in a framebuffer, and use this framebuffer as a texture to draw in a 2nd framebuffer. and drawing back to the 1st. etc. there are also some example in the glsl section. jack also send a simple exemple

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread olsen wolf
the server space the maintenance is currently done by claudio the sys-admin at the school here in zürich where the wiki is hostet atm. so far he's been trying to maintain it as much as possible - sometimes certain request take more time - queuing up on other things that need to be done. but so

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
which objects could be used to make this framebuffer? d. cyrille henry wrote: this was the old way to do (but still working fine). i think it can be faster to render in a framebuffer, and use this framebuffer as a texture to draw in a 2nd framebuffer. and drawing back to the 1st. etc. there

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
Second question: would I gain anything by bridging between GEM and PDP for something like this? Or would the [gem2pdp] and [pdp2gem] use more resources than I would gain from using PDP in this situation? D. Derek Holzer wrote: which objects could be used to make this framebuffer? d. cyrille

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread cyrille henry
Derek Holzer a écrit : which objects could be used to make this framebuffer? gemframebuffer. here is the patch jack send recently on the list. cyrille d. cyrille henry wrote: this was the old way to do (but still working fine). i think it can be faster to render in a framebuffer, and use

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
Thanks. I know that it is inherent in the system, but is there a way to control the fuzziness of each iteration, so that the image loses its alpha value but retains the sharpness of it's outlines? D. cyrille henry wrote: Derek Holzer a écrit : which objects could be used to make this

Re: [PD] pd book sprint

2009-03-31 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
On Mar 31, 2009, at 4:34 AM, Frank Barknecht wrote: Hallo, Alexandre Porres hat gesagt: // Alexandre Porres wrote: you know, yeah, but the thing is that phasor is not actually an oscilator at all !!! the name actually refers to phase, and not sawtooth. And a [triangle~] may be used as a

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
There is a nice one included in pdmtl called gems.win.feedback .hc On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:51 AM, Derek Holzer wrote: Thanks. I know that it is inherent in the system, but is there a way to control the fuzziness of each iteration, so that the image loses its alpha value but retains the

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Philip Potter
2009/3/31 olsen wolf sesselastron...@googlemail.com: the server space the maintenance is currently done by claudio the sys-admin at the school here in zürich where the wiki is hostet atm. so far he's been trying to maintain it as much as possible - sometimes certain request take more time -

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Georg Holzmann
Hallo! I don't know what you mean by clean it up by hand but if you just mean users deleting spam edits then this is not sustainable. The spam edits are automated and so they will win any editwar. To combat spam, +1 we need something systematic: block the spam IPs, use MediaWiki Spam

Re: [PD] [OT] Re: DIY GSoC: getting those projects done

2009-03-31 Thread Chris McCormick
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 11:28:40AM -0400, Mathieu Bouchard wrote: On Sat, 28 Mar 2009, Chris McCormick wrote: When I was thinking about writing a general purpose dataflow programming language which addresses some of Pd's shortcomings, I did a lot of thinking about the hot and cold inlet

Re: [PD] [OT] Re: DIY GSoC: getting those projects done

2009-03-31 Thread Chris McCormick
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 06:36:04PM +0100, Claude Heiland-Allen wrote: Mathieu Bouchard wrote: At first thought I think I'm in favour of reconfigurable inlets, but I'd like to see a proof-of-concept first. IIRC the [lexpr] pdlua example has reconfigurable hot/cold inlets, but that's

Re: [PD] pd book sprint

2009-03-31 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hallo, Hans-Christoph Steiner hat gesagt: // Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: I think the key to this discussion of -1 to 1 vs 0 to 1 is what people are most likely going to use them for, and what makes the most sense in that context. Of course, ideally, it wouldn't create arbitrary

Re: [PD] Chicago Patching Circle (Sunday, March 29th 5pm)

2009-03-31 Thread Mike McGonagle
Yes, thanks for coming out. I especially liked the Arduino/Sensor demo. I will have to talk with you, Kyle, about how to build one and where you got the parts. And Ben, it would be great to see some of the stuff you are working on, hopefully your moving out of the neighborhood won't deter that...

Re: [PD] pd book sprint

2009-03-31 Thread Mathieu Bouchard
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: I think the two ranges for this discussion separate signals versus controls. A sawtooth~ is a signal that is meant to be listened to, so it would good from -1 to 1. A phasor~ is the exact same shape as a sawtooth~, but it is meant to be a

Re: [PD] Chicago Patching Circle (Sunday, March 29th 5pm)

2009-03-31 Thread Ben Baker-Smith
Once a month sounds reasonable to me. That feels like enough time for us each to make some progress between meetings. I'm open to whatever though. Definitely interested in a workshop on writing externals. It's an area that I know very little about and feel like an in-person discussion would be

Re: [PD] Pdpedia and random generation

2009-03-31 Thread Philip Potter
2009/3/31 Alexandre Porres por...@gmail.com: so we need :someone to manage the system, ok, but then I see that this problem is kinda well solved, right? But how do you all see the writting of articles? Is it growing out well? I believe someone could also direct how things are going, and that a

Re: [PD] pd book sprint

2009-03-31 Thread Derek Holzer
Hi Frank, in light of what you wrote below, I'd also like to keep the chapters as I have written them, since they are internally consistent. However, one of the first chapters I would like to add would be something like Improving Audio Signals which would have two parts: DC Offset Correction

Re: [PD] recursive video feedback in GEM or PDP?

2009-03-31 Thread Ben Baker-Smith
Thank you so much for that filter. I was really struggling with figuring out how to utilize [gemframebuffer] and this gives me a place to start. Could this be incorporated into the [gemframebuffer] help patch? That help patch is seriously lacking. Also, if someone could fill me/everyone in

[PD] PD t-shirts

2009-03-31 Thread Ben Baker-Smith
Hello List, I'm considering designing and selling PD related t-shirts. I haven't totally worked out the logistics. Basically I was inspired by the [Bang( shirts that I've seen online, but which are no longer available as far as I can tell. Anyway, if I did so, I would like to donate all of the

Re: [PD] [OT] Re: DIY GSoC: getting those projects done

2009-03-31 Thread Mathieu Bouchard
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009, Chris McCormick wrote: Then I'd like the DSP stuff not to be a special case, but rather a library you can import. It's not much of a feature. It might be a sign of a more modular design, but what would actually you do with Pd that'd require DSP to be separated like

Re: [PD] PD t-shirts

2009-03-31 Thread Hans-Christoph Steiner
Sounds like a great idea! And some people have been asking me for t- shirts. I have been thinking of a similar thing for Pd-extended. I think the easiest way to handle this would be to set up some kind of fund for the PdConvention. Then who ever is running the Pd Convention would get

Re: [PD] PD t-shirts

2009-03-31 Thread Alexandre Castonguay
Hi Ben, all, We did the last batch of t's as a fundraiser for the Convention in Montréal. We managed to pay for another 1/2 plane ticket with the proceeds :-). Maybe the same could be done for São Paulo? The super folks from Graz sent the file they used for the original t's I should still have

Re: [PD] PD t-shirts

2009-03-31 Thread Mathieu Bouchard
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009, Ben Baker-Smith wrote: I'm considering designing and selling PD related t-shirts. I haven't totally worked out the logistics. Basically I was inspired by the [Bang( shirts that I've seen online, but which are no longer available as far as I can tell. Yes, as far as I

Re: [PD] PD t-shirts

2009-03-31 Thread hard off
please please please, make one with: [bang( | [until] ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list