Forging a new path.

Luis de Bethencourt luisbg at
Tue Apr 14 17:26:53 BST 2009

On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 4:10 PM, sandie <sandie at> wrote:
> Luis de Bethencourt wrote:
>>> 2. As I understand, most who use Ubustu for audio-purpose, doesn't use
>>> Pulse. It's the first thing I disable when I install a fresh Ubustu, and
>>> the most common question I get when I install it for a fellow mussician,
>>> is why Ubustu doen't have a "without Pulse" option in the install, or
>>> maybe just as an option in ubuntu-studio-controls ?
>>> I managed to make a small Python gui program that (among other things)
>>> disables Pulse permanently or just for the sesion, but allthou it works
>>> (at least on my pc), I don't understand half of the code myself.
>> Would you share that python code with us? :) We could work in adding
>> it to ubuntustudio-controls. It will certainly help with the
>> pulseaudio yes-or-no battle :P
> Of course :-)
> I have mentioned it before on this list, but didn't get much response,
> so I didn't think it was relevant.
> All of my projects are available on my website under
> python, but I have only been using python for a couple of months, so
> please do not expect too much, all I realy did was use the bash commands
> I found elsewhere and add a little Python.
>> You say below that you would love to contribute but don't know how to
>> package. Yet you have a very useful python app. Packaging is just one
>> of the vertices of the project.
>> Please, anyone interested to contribute to the project, even if you
>> only have 20 minutes every week. Contact Gustin Johnson, there are
>> contribution tasks for every range of knowledge, interest, and time
>> available.
> It would be cool if we had a "to do list" (like someone else mentioned),
> and I would be happy to help building and maintaining an online version
> of this.
> As I mentioned my Python skills are somewhat limited, but I would love
> to help any way I can.
> btw. should I just contact Gustin Johnson by mail, or is there a IRC
> where he hangs out ?
> /Sandie

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