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Re: battle-plan for 2.5 development

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: battle-plan for 2.5 development
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 22:24:08 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> Han-Wen Nienhuys <address@hidden> writes:
> >
> I would like to help on this (xDVI always crashes here, I don't have
> point and click working, besides with gnome backend).

Cool! I think it's the most exciting thing currently on the list, so I
can't wait to get my hands dirty...

> > The development team should be present at the 2005 Linux Audio
> > Developers Meeting (april 2005) in Karlsruhe. This requires writing a
> > paper, which I plan to do myself. Nevertheless, interested writers are
> > welcome to contact me, should they wish to attend as well. For
> > example, it would be interesting to have a case-study of "advanced"
> > LilyPond use.
> I have some examples of advanced LilyPond use here.

Also enough material for a real case study?

(Actually, I was trying to provoke Werner, who has given our cool
cue-note code a real stress test :-)

> >     * Make {} represent real lists in markup, and transform \markup {
> >       a b \bold { c d } e } in
> >
> >       \markup \formatline { a b \bold c \bold d e }
> I'm starting to understand a couple of things about markups, I should
> try that.

Cool; don't hesitate to ask questions; do you need a more precise
description than what's written here.  I already have some ideas of
how it could be implemented.

> PS. The community web site idea is good, there lack a place for posting
> articles.

Yes- probably  this is even more important than getting gnome and
encoding support up and working. The better our community works, the
more people we can attract to help with Lily development.


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