studio backups

kirko birilli whyshenwhy at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Feb 2 18:28:39 GMT 2009


hi guys,
that was my very first letter igot via the mailing list.hahaha
cheers
shen

--- On Mon, 2/2/09, Cory K. <coryisatm at ubuntu.com> wrote:

From: Cory K. <coryisatm at ubuntu.com>
Subject: Re: studio backups
To: "'Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion'" <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Date: Monday, 2 February, 2009, 5:51 PM

To *everyone*. Do not email me directly for personal issues. I'm a very
in-the-open person. If there's a conflict, do it in the open so things
are documented.

Kim Cascone wrote:
> Cory
> your subtle condescension on the list is not appreciated
> and blowing me off by directing me to write a HOWTO that *someone*
> might find useful is asshat behavior

If that's you perception, so be it.

> I didn't sub to your list to make you look smart by letting you win
> every discussion
> and I also don't back down from confrontations easily

Sounds like you've admitted to a personal problem. Maybe take that into
consideration.

> if part the goal of the UbuntuStudio list is to welcome and educate
> n00bz then I feel it is a disservice to dismiss the subject of backups
> many Linux newbies can't find a backup app easily, don't have
command
> line chops or don't ask for help online in fear of being shot down or
> subtly condescended to in public

Again. Perception and a place where you can make things better.

> also, with all due respect three 'pro' studio does not a
statistical
> sample make (I visit that many pro studios on one tour)
> while this might impress someone who hasn't worked in the music
> industry for 25 years I find it to be purely anecdotal evidence
> and since you didn't mention *which* pro studios they were it is
> basically hearsay and rumor
> which is IMO not admissible as technical advice to a n00b on the list

Feel free to contact any of these places:

    * www.omegastudios.com
    * www.cuerecording.com
    * www.hitandrunrecording.com

If you like, I can also get you a list of places I've worked at while
touring with a couple of the metal bands I know.

> for the past ten years I've worked internationally with hundreds of
> laptop musicians and VJ's
> I've worked with CCRMA, STEIM, CREATE, CNMAT, Berklee College of
> Music, MIT Press and dozens of digital media computer music
> institutions in Europe as well
> and believe me they ALL backup their systems and data

Sure they do. I pointed out that it has never been my experience that an
*app* was used for this.

> so I might not be an pro IT guy such as yourself

Ha! If you only knew. ;)

> but I do know something about computers in the service of making music
> and I feel that my own experience with Ubuntu since 4.10 is that
> rescues and backups are something musicians working with Linux must
> know about -- especially the less technical who come to it because of
> its FOSS philosophy and open sharing communities

GREAT!!! Seriously. *That's* why I suggested the wiki. You complained at
length about the state of things so contribute. Don't jump to
conclusions about another's motives without asking.


-Cory K.

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