[CLAM] Is this project still active (and still no Lucid packages)?
viinceent.meeyeer at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 08:14:25 PST 2011
I have a great interest in the Clam-Project (both as a framework and as a
As I saw that you made it available for Maverick, I thought I would give it
Unfortunately, I could not succeed to do anything with the link that you
posted here (
Opening it in a browser leads me to a "Forbidden" page. The Lucid page opens
fine, but I'm under Maverick.
Thanks in advance for any hint you could have for a far-from-being-an-expert
On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 14:31, David García Garzón <
david.garcia at barcelonamedia.org> wrote:
> On Friday 11 February 2011 21:05:05 David García Garzón wrote:
> > On Monday 07 February 2011 17:38:30 Pau Arumí wrote:
> > > El ds 05 de 02 de 2011 a les 13:29 +0100, en/na Mark Dammer va
> > > > I just stumbled across CLAM and find the website and the software
> > > > inspiring. But I wonder if this project is still under active
> > > > development. The fact that there are still no packages for Ubuntu
> > > > 10.04LTS "Lucid" - what was discussed in the mailing lists since
> > > > a year ago makes me wonder if this project is still under active
> > > > development.
> > > > thanks for any update, Mark
> > >
> > > Hi Mark,
> > > yes the project is well active. However the svn log is a better
> > > thermometer of activity than the web or mailing list.
> > > Lead developers/maintainers are working at BarcelonaMedia and using
> > > extensively for prototyping their real-time systems. Therefore the main
> > > activity is in the networks real-time infrastructure (including ladspa
> > > and lv2 plugins), the NetworkEditor and python modules to generate and
> > > modify networks.
> > > Though most of the signal processing we develop at BM nowadays about
> > > spatial audio is kept private, the CLAM infrastructure improvements are
> > > always public and GPL.
> > >
> > > About Ubuntu packages: David is your man i wait him to answer.
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > > P
> > I am currently working on having ubuntu packages for maverick based on
> > subversion snapshots. Once they are ready, at your request, i will try to
> > backport them to lucid, but no warranty: last time i tried i found some
> > show stopper dependency problems. I just don't want to expend too much
> > time on that again, sorry.
> > We are few developers and package building steal too much hours from
> > developing the framework and its applications, which should be our main
> > focus between releases. While we provide some binaries when we do a new
> > release, packaging for every platform/distro/version should be something
> > that people working on those platforms do.
> > If you want to help but you can't maintain the packages yourself, please,
> > file or vote bug reports for you distro asking for maintained CLAM
> > packages. Thanks.
> > As i have the packages I will send a new mail to the list.
> > David.
> Subversion based packages for maverick are built, just libs, plugins,
> NetEditor and chordata. Not even tested if they work properly (i am in
> so please, give me any feedback on succes or failure.
>  http://clam-project.org/download/linux-ubuntu-maverick/svnsnapshots/
> Now trying to build for lucid, although i got the expected dependency
> problems i think i found some solutions, which won't be accepted by debian
> policy guardians but allows the same packaging work in both lucid and
>  http://clam-project.org/download/linux-ubuntu-lucid/svnsnapshots/
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