Hydra meetup #3: code and language
Saturday, December 12th
+ with short talks from IllestPreacha (Kofi), Lupita Quispe, Canek Zapata, and Rodrigo Velasco (yecto)
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I definitely need to get a mixer. The Zoom H6 is great for untethered recording but I need to get those kick drums a bit higher in the mix
Got #Gem working in the #WebBrowser again. Had to patch #GLU to make it use #Regal, then some patching of Gem to make the #OpenGL 1.0 and 1.1 functions go via Regal (I haven't figured out why I need to do that - something RegalGLEW related maybe - didn't need it for GLU).
Instructions at https://mathr.co.uk/empd/#build-gem work on Debian Buster (current stable) and Debian Bullseye (current testing), with scripts to set up a Debian chroot if you have a different system.
The example at https://mathr.co.uk/empd/examples/gemtest/ should be a colour changing spinning cube with simple (Regal-emulated fixed function pipeline) 3D lighting / shading, some browsers may need user interaction with the page to make it work due to Google policies...
Any evolvotron users know how to render animations linearly? https://github.com/savbran/evolvotron-fixed/issues/1
Recently I curated at online programme for Open Data Institute called Rules of Engagement that looked at data ethics https://culture.theodi.org/rules-of-engagement/
as much as I think I really could sell stuff as #cryptoart (and I really need some influx of non libre money now) , I just can't support the idea of all the energy (aka pollution) cost of those transactions made with "proof of work" blockchains ... :
for any transaction, Ethereum is using more than 30KW/h, so the same as I would use to cut ~10-15 1.25x2.5m wood boards with my CNC to make like 30 chairs or 6-8m of wall shelves
that amount of energy consumed _just_ to pay for the artwork is 🤮
"So much of the music we love - Jazz, House, Soul, Funk, Jungle, Techno - is music of the African diaspora, created in the context of political struggle. Too often the music is exploited and whitewashed for a mainstream audience. We all need these and future waves of afrofuturism to imagine brighter times. [...] All proceeds will go to Young Minds Together, a group of Black girls making music and dance in Rotherham UK, in need of your help to rebuild post-pandemic. "
Adding albums to @MusicBrainz is my hobby https://musicbrainz.org/release/6b441269-4aa9-4f3a-bf15-3ece7aa77578
The torrent for the final PDF and all the source/assets files of FLOSS+Art (2008), an edited collection of texts about Free/Libre Open Source Software (#FLOSS) and #art #music and #design , is once again seeded!
Big thanks to @hellocatfood who motivated me to do so :)
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