Where is the music made in Linux?

Viktor Mastoridis viktor at mastoridis.co.uk
Mon Jul 27 16:03:18 BST 2009

Ok, this sounds great.

Philip, let's talk it over.

I am ready to provide a net domain.

I bought limuxic.net. This is a name I was using with my kids at the school
that I am teaching, to tell them that it's about music made in Linux. They
loved it.

I can transfer this domain to you, if you want (unlock it etc).

Also, would you have enough space? If all goes good, you might need 5-10gb?

I can also set it up and give you admin rights, but I don't mind either

also, I was thinking on putting this mp3 player:

One uploads a track and it turns into a player (doesn't work with ogg:-()

Or you have something better in mind?

when there are two or more people, this thing might actually work!


On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 3:30 PM, Philip Schleihauf
<phil at adjacentfilms.com>wrote:

> (This is the same phil, right email address this time I think)
> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 4:04 AM, Viktor Mastoridis <
> viktor at mastoridis.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jul 26, 2009 at 3:11 PM, Phil <windermere at magnustudios.com>wrote:
>>> I've actually been thinking about creating a website exactly like what
>>> you're looking for. Would there be interest in this?
>> But I also thought about forums. a place where we can discuss production
>> tricks and hints. Where we can discuss new (and old) software from a
>> musician's point of view.
> Yep, sounds like we're on the same track.
> Or maybe unite the efforts? I was thinking on doing it on Drupal 6. I have
>> a basic knowledge in that. What CMS were you thinking to use?
> D6 is what I was going to use.
> Setting this up in Drupal would be such a cinch, I think I might in the
> next few days just get the basic stuff working, put it on a subdomain on my
> hosting package and then if there's interest, I'll go and properly theme it
> all, etc.
> Viktor, if I get it up I'll give you an admin account if you want as we
> seem to be on the same track.
> Now, I can't find, don't know of any website that does all this yet.
> There's some old list-type sites, but nothing really user-driven and dynamic
> that has potential for forming a community. I think that's for one of two
> reasons:
> 1) Nobody's done it yet.
> 2) one or more sites like this DOES exist, but there really isn't an
> interest, hence why I can't find it.
> Either way I think the only way to find out if there's interest is to
> actually set one up. For the small amount of effort it would take to do this
> in Drupal I think it's worth the risk.
> And hey, I'm pretty interested in it, maybe it follows that many others
> probably are as well.
> Phil
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