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[chuck-users] ChucK Floss manual
mario buoninfante
2018-02-22 23:55:59 UTC
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Hi everybody,


I had a quick look at the FLOSS manual
(http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/introduction/) and I noticed the
link is broken. since I'm discovering a lot of hidden stuff in the
source code (Teabox, CNoise, DelayP, etc.), stuff not documented
anywhere, I thought it would be great to update the manual.


is there anyone interested in helping out?


cheers,

Mario
Scott Hewitt
2018-02-23 00:17:35 UTC
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Hi,

I would be happy to help out with this

Also you can get to the floss manual via

http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/events/

All the best

Scott


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On 22 February 2018 at 23:55, mario buoninfante
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi everybody,
I had a quick look at the FLOSS manual
(http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/introduction/) and I noticed the link
is broken. since I'm discovering a lot of hidden stuff in the source code
(Teabox, CNoise, DelayP, etc.), stuff not documented anywhere, I thought it
would be great to update the manual.
is there anyone interested in helping out?
cheers,
Mario
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mario buoninfante
2018-02-23 00:20:01 UTC
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Hi Scott,


thanks for that. fortunately I've already got the PDF version few years
ago. but of course it would be great to have it back on line and updated.

I just sent a request for a login ID on the Floss website. Honestly I've
never edited anything on it. do you have any experience with it?


cheers,

Mario
Post by Scott Hewitt
Hi,
I would be happy to help out with this
Also you can get to the floss manual via
http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/events/
All the best
Scott
----------
visit me
http://www.scotthewitt.co.uk
@scotthewitt
http://www.ablelemon.co.uk
http://www.theaudiopodcast.co.uk
On 22 February 2018 at 23:55, mario buoninfante
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi everybody,
I had a quick look at the FLOSS manual
(http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/introduction/) and I noticed the link
is broken. since I'm discovering a lot of hidden stuff in the source code
(Teabox, CNoise, DelayP, etc.), stuff not documented anywhere, I thought it
would be great to update the manual.
is there anyone interested in helping out?
cheers,
Mario
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Spencer Salazar
2018-02-23 18:28:17 UTC
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Hey Mario and Scott,

Sounds great, improving documentation is a great place where the community
can get involved with the project!

Spencer


On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 4:20 PM, mario buoninfante <
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi Scott,
thanks for that. fortunately I've already got the PDF version few years
ago. but of course it would be great to have it back on line and updated.
I just sent a request for a login ID on the Floss website. Honestly I've
never edited anything on it. do you have any experience with it?
cheers,
Mario
Post by Scott Hewitt
Hi,
I would be happy to help out with this
Also you can get to the floss manual via
http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/events/
All the best
Scott
----------
visit me
http://www.scotthewitt.co.uk
@scotthewitt
http://www.ablelemon.co.uk
http://www.theaudiopodcast.co.uk
On 22 February 2018 at 23:55, mario buoninfante
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi everybody,
I had a quick look at the FLOSS manual
(http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/introduction/) and I noticed the link
is broken. since I'm discovering a lot of hidden stuff in the source code
(Teabox, CNoise, DelayP, etc.), stuff not documented anywhere, I thought it
would be great to update the manual.
is there anyone interested in helping out?
cheers,
Mario
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Michael Mansourati
2018-02-23 19:55:12 UTC
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Post by Spencer Salazar
Hey Mario and Scott,
Sounds great, improving documentation is a great place where the community
can get involved with the project!
Spencer
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 4:20 PM, mario buoninfante <
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi Scott,
thanks for that. fortunately I've already got the PDF version few years
ago. but of course it would be great to have it back on line and updated.
I just sent a request for a login ID on the Floss website. Honestly I've
never edited anything on it. do you have any experience with it?
cheers,
Mario
Post by Scott Hewitt
Hi,
I would be happy to help out with this
Also you can get to the floss manual via
http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/events/
All the best
Scott
----------
visit me
http://www.scotthewitt.co.uk
@scotthewitt
http://www.ablelemon.co.uk
http://www.theaudiopodcast.co.uk
On 22 February 2018 at 23:55, mario buoninfante
Post by mario buoninfante
Hi everybody,
I had a quick look at the FLOSS manual
(http://write.flossmanuals.net/chuck/introduction/) and I noticed the link
is broken. since I'm discovering a lot of hidden stuff in the source code
(Teabox, CNoise, DelayP, etc.), stuff not documented anywhere, I thought it
would be great to update the manual.
is there anyone interested in helping out?
cheers,
Mario
_______________________________________________
chuck-users mailing list
https://lists.cs.princeton.edu/mailman/listinfo/chuck-users
_______________________________________________
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https://lists.cs.princeton.edu/mailman/listinfo/chuck-users
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--
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Special Faculty
Music Technology: Interaction, Intelligence, and Design
California Institute of the Arts
https://spencersalazar.com
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tth
2018-02-24 14:12:50 UTC
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Post by Spencer Salazar
Hey Mario and Scott,
Sounds great, improving documentation is a great place where the community
can get involved with the project!
Make me thinking about a french translation.
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mario buoninfante
2018-02-24 14:56:03 UTC
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Absolutely, translations are really important as well.
Now I got an ID that allows me access the floss manual and this afternoon I'll have a look at it. I'll report here what is the current status. In this way we all can think about how to tackle it.

Cheers,
Mario
Post by Spencer Salazar
Hey Mario and Scott,
Sounds great, improving documentation is a great place where the community
can get involved with the project!
   Make me thinking about a french translation.
mario buoninfante
2018-02-28 22:40:43 UTC
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Hi all,


I know it's only a start, but now ChucK manual is online again (there
was an issue with 2 chapters sharing the same name). I also updated the
/Installation/ chapter, now the /Linux building and dependencies/
paragraph has been refers to Ubuntu 16.04, the latest LTS version. I'm
not a Fedora user, so if there's anyone who use it, please feel free to
have a look and update it ;)

apart from that it's worth saying that I've been asked by Mick
Chesterman (chesterman_floss
<http://write.flossmanuals.net/accounts/mick.chesterman/>) to try a new
writing system for this work omnibook <https://omnibook.pro/>. so I
asked some info more about it.


cheers,

Mario
mario buoninfante
2018-03-03 18:44:30 UTC
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Hi all,


ChucK Floss manual has been ported here: ChucK FLOSS
<https://omnibook.pro/chuck/_full/>

we're testing this new writing system, that I have to say at the first
sight looks more advanced that the one used on the old website (FLOSS
<http://floss.booktype.pro>). of course nothing changes in terms of
contents, I'm just slowly updating some of them and collecting ideas.

I'll keep the mailing list posted.


cheers,

Mario

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