[Clam-devel] Re: clam commits rules/politic

Pau Arumí parumi at iua.upf.edu
Tue Dec 11 11:45:36 PST 2007

hi hernan,

please commit everything as plugins in a new dir at CLAM/plugins/. then
we'll sort them out.

i'll try to give more detailed feedback later on (very busy this

keep up the great work! :)


On dg, 2007-12-09 at 18:30 -0300, Hernán Ordiales wrote:
> hi,
> this mail is because i'm still not sure what kind of things i should
> commit directly to the clam repo, what i should ask and what i should
> do nothing :-D
> this is how i see it, just tell if i'm ok or not:
> direct commit:
>  * obvious code refactorings like bug fixes and new little features
> ask (through irc or patch send through ML):
> * more wide refactorings, big new features or big changes in some
> classes (that could affect other things)
> what about new processings plugins? i just should blog or comment them
> in the ML once they're are ready and then if you're interested you
> just ask me to commit them?
> i ask because i was recently making some new plugins (as you can maybe
> have seen in my last blog post) like a simple guitar distortion,
> automatic gain control processing or a (many inputs) audio switcher
> i'm also expect that next days/weeks i'm also will continue working in
> midi processing with portmidi (about this for example, i should work
> on the clam svn as a plugin or work in another place and then if it's
> functional and well-designed according to clam finally integrate it?)
> i'm also asking because now that i had learned well how to do clam
> plugins, the process now is so much easier to me than before and i had
> started many other plugins (no yet finished) like a matched filter,
> the fir filter with overlap-save method (the one of the big mail to
> the ML) and maybe ( better i would affirm it ;-)  ) other for come...
> i think _some_ of them could be interesting/useful to clam project but
> i'm sure not all, how we should manage it?
> i see it like "useful vs noisy" and i don't want to be noisy :-)
> as example the other day i'm had done a simple processing to my own
> test to transform one kind of data in another one (trying to use the
> spectrogram) i didn't thought in commit that kind of thing, but then
> you asked if i did that....
> just let me know what do you think about,
> cheers,

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