Debian Live Coding team
The main goal of Debian Live Coding team is to get together to create art, explore new tools, experiment with Debian on art+technology creation as a collective, collaborate with other Debian teams on packaging needed tools and libraries to make it possible, organize and promote events on those topics among Debian community, and (if possible) host some Live Coding services (eg.: Flok, Ninjam, etc) on Debian infrastructure/servers.
Website: this wiki https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/LiveCoding
Interacting with the team
Mailing list: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mailing list archive: https://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/debian-livecoding
Subscribe to mailing list without riseup.net account
mail -s subscribe email@example.com </dev/null
(thanks joostvb for the trick)
Subscribe to the debian-livecoding mailing list and say hello.
Document and/or support others on how to setup, configure and use live coding tools on Debian.
Update some live coding tool or library in Debian
Create a new package for some live coding tool not yet available in Debian.
Video & Talks
DebConf19 - Electronic Experimental Music with Debian - Introduction about software synths on Debian, and a small demo session with Tidal Cycles at the end of the talk.
DebConf22 - Live Coding for art, sound and visuals - BoF how to improve Debian for live coding artists?
DebConf22 - Debian: Resistance is Futile - Short talk / sound-performance with Tidal Cycles.
DebConf23 - Live Coding tools on Debian: How to install and setup - Workshop with Sonic Pi
DebConf23 - Debian: Resistance is Futile - Short talk / sound-performance with Tidal Cycles via dublang
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Why create a new team when we already have the Debian Multimedia team?
The Debian Live Coding team is dedicated not only on packaging tools, but also in promoting art creation, experimentation and knowledge sharing around live coding practices, documenting experiences around live coding in Debian, organizing events like algoraves, and creating artwork for Debian using live coding techniques. Packaging is the first required step for many of these, but the goals of the Debian Live Coding team are not restricted to that.