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[OT] beta testers sought for new patching thingy

March 4, 2007 | 12:50 am

sorry for the intrusion- its lame to suddenly turn up after so long
looking for a favor, i know…

i’ve been working on an open-source max/pd/vvvv type patching program
that runs in a web browser- i’m calling it lily. it’s probably not
for everyone- it doesn’t do native sound, video or even midi, though
it does "do" the web pretty well. i’ve set up a little site that has
some details & demos if you’re interested- http://www.lilyapp.org/.
i’m looking for a few folks with the cycles & experience to help me
get the kinks worked out prior to releasing it into the wild. really
need folks with the time to file bugs, so if you’re just curious,
please wait until the first public beta in a month or so. also its
written in javascript, so if you have significant js experience and
the time to really test this thing, you’re exactly who i’m looking
for…

sorry again for crashing the party. thanks.

-bill



jln
March 4, 2007 | 1:33 am


March 4, 2007 | 6:33 pm

Wow – that does look interesting. And I love the auto-segmenting thing for
patch-chords – can we have that in Max, please ? :-)
Cheers
Roger

On 4/3/07 00:50, "Bill Orcutt" wrote:

> sorry for the intrusion- its lame to suddenly turn up after so long
> looking for a favor, i know…
>
> i’ve been working on an open-source max/pd/vvvv type patching program
> that runs in a web browser- i’m calling it lily. it’s probably not
> for everyone- it doesn’t do native sound, video or even midi, though
> it does "do" the web pretty well. i’ve set up a little site that has
> some details & demos if you’re interested- http://www.lilyapp.org/.
> i’m looking for a few folks with the cycles & experience to help me
> get the kinks worked out prior to releasing it into the wild. really
> need folks with the time to file bugs, so if you’re just curious,
> please wait until the first public beta in a month or so. also its
> written in javascript, so if you have significant js experience and
> the time to really test this thing, you’re exactly who i’m looking
> for…
>
> sorry again for crashing the party. thanks.
>
> -bill
>
>
>


March 8, 2007 | 6:02 pm

Highlight patch cord and hit Apple+Y. (option-drag to select lots of
patch cords) Granted, it’s not entirely automatic, but it’s pretty
good…

On Mar 4, 2007, at 1:33 PM, Roger Carruthers wrote:

> Wow – that does look interesting. And I love the auto-segmenting thing
> for
> patch-chords – can we have that in Max, please ? :-)
> Cheers
> Roger
>


March 9, 2007 | 2:17 pm

Wow, I’ve been using Max for nearly 10 years, and
today I learn not only this, but the shift-click
multiple patching thing.
I really must get into the habit of reading those
‘What’s new in Max x.x’ docs (yeah, i know, these
things have probably been there since forever) ;-)
cheers
Roger

— Peter McCulloch

wrote:

> Highlight patch cord and hit Apple+Y. (option-drag
> to select lots of
> patch cords) Granted, it’s not entirely automatic,
> but it’s pretty
> good…
>
> On Mar 4, 2007, at 1:33 PM, Roger Carruthers wrote:
>
> > Wow – that does look interesting. And I love the
> auto-segmenting thing
> > for
> > patch-chords – can we have that in Max, please ?
> :-)
> > Cheers
> > Roger
> >
>
>



_j
March 9, 2007 | 2:26 pm

max does have auto segmenting. God.


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