[ubuntu-studio-devel] Introduction.

Grant Burton bbbabynet at gmail.com
Sat May 30 07:46:33 UTC 2015

Greetings all

my name is Grant and I'm an American ex-pat living in Spain. I'm a
musician/computer repair dude. I've been using Ubuntu studio several years
because, somehow I ended up with an HP media center PC with a TV card and
studio is the only operating system I could get everything to work. I do
have another computer I could use. I just need ddr3 memory that should be
here any day now.

I'm not a programmer but I've been an official beta tester for windows,
symantec and sound-forge. I've installed Ubuntu on over 50 different
computers and Ubuntu studio on 5

I use kdenlive & Ardour extensively

I tried to upgrade my system to wily.... it took several hours and at first
glance everything seem ok but it's not. I  upgraded because it was really
hard to get the TV card to work and I was hoping it would keep the
configuration… it didn't

Question: how could I better help your project…. should I keep this
installation or install from zero?

On Sun, May 17, 2015 at 1:04 PM, Kaj Ailomaa <zequence at mousike.me> wrote:

> On Fri, May 15, 2015, at 10:36 PM, argumento wrote:
> >
> >
> > Hi all.
> >
> > I've been using ubuntu studio for the past 9 months, previously I used
> > crunchbang, but I found the low latency kernel a pain to maintain. I've
> > been using GNU/linux for the last 3 years.
> >
> > I'm answering to the call for contributors to ubuntu studio, I don't
> > know much about coding, but I can design, edit video and animate a
> > little (blender and Synfig). I'm from Mexico so english is not my first
> > language, but I could help with translations (to and from spanish) or
> > tutorial making.
> >
> Hi Benjamin.
> You are welcome to join us, of course. There's no need to know any
> coding for most of the work we do.
> If you want to be a part of shaping the ISO, the first thing to do is to
> set up a development environment, which in the first stage simply means
> installing a development release of Ubuntu Studio on either a real
> machine, or a virtual machine - depending on if you need workable
> audio/video (a lot of stuff won't work well in a virtual machine).
> After that, a reasonable first thing to take a look at is the default
> applications we include in our metas - what we should not include, and
> what more we should include (there is no great way of getting a complete
> list of audio/video/graphics/photography/publishing applications, but we
> could work on that).
> Since we do not have anyone who speaks Spanish in our team, currently,
> there has been no push towards translations or having a Spanish version
> of our website, etc. All this is possible, if there is enough interest.
> We have yet not made any youtube videos, but if we do, it would be good
> to make them in more than one language.
> For a complete development environment setup, please see
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/SetupDeveloperEnvironment. You will
> at least need a launchpad account.
> If you like, you can email me personally once you have a launchpad
> account, and some sort of dev environment set up, and I will help you
> further.
> /Kaj Ailomaa - Ubuntu Studio project lead
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