Announcing the Audio Creation SIG / CCRMA merger effort

Richi Plana myfedora at
Mon Sep 17 19:46:26 UTC 2007

How about some reference links to CCRMA on the SIG wiki, particularly
the software-related ones?

The SIG is called AudioCreation, but is it going to concentrate
specifically on CCRMA for its lifecycle? I understand there are other
audio-related Linux packaging attempts like AGNULA
<> or any of the attempts at this page:

On Mon, 2007-09-17 at 21:33 +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've been talking lately with Fernando Lopez-Lezcano from CCRMA about making 
> Fedora a better distro for Audio Creation, mainly focusing on a plan for 
> getting his excellent CCRMA packages integrated in to Fedora.
> Here is the plan we've come up with (quoting from the SIG's wiki page):
> "Since Fernando's time is almost fully occupied with maintaining CCRMA and 
> keeping it up to date, the effort of the integration of CCRMA packages into 
> Fedora will be mostly done by other Fedora Contributers. The plan is that 
> Fedora contributers go through CCRMA packages spec files to make them fully 
> match the Fedora Packaging Guidelines and then submit them for review and make 
> any necessary changes to pass review. Fernando will be put in the CC of the 
> review, and will be made co-maintainer of packages want the are imported into 
> the Fedora Package Collection. This way the packaging expertise and manpower of 
> the Fedora Community can be combined with the vast Audio Creation experience of 
> Fernando. This effort will be spearheaded by Hans de Goede (me)."
> The SIG wiki says Fedora Contributers, as I'm hoping that some of you are also 
> interested in this and are willing to help out. There are a lot of CCRMA 
> packages and we could use your help. Hence the creation of the Audio Creation 
> SIG, where all interested contributers can join and help out. The Audio 
> Creation SIG is further described here:
> Even more then help with checking and fixing the packages for guidelines 
> compliance, we need people to review them, I've submitted the first 4 for 
> review and many more will follow. So if you have some interest in Audio 
> Creation under Fedora, please help with reviewing audio related packages, there 
> is an continuously kept up2date list of packages needing review on the wiki 
> page. As most of you know I'm a very experienced packager, so the reviews 
> should go as smooth as a babies buttocks :)
> Thanks & Regards,
> Hans

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