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13 FEBRUARY 2014

Raspberry Pi Box Lunch with Miller Puckette

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1990sAndroid OS • BSD license • collaborative production • create music together • data • developer base • FreeBSD OS • FUDI (networking protocol) • GNU • Graphics Environment for Multimedia (GEM) • GridFlow • Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique Musique (IRCAM) • interactive computer music • interactivityiOS • IRIX OS • LAN • Linux • live collaboration • Mac OS X • matrix processing • Max (software)Max/MSP • Miller Puckette • multimedia works • music making technology • open source project • OpenGL • PiDiP • Pure Data (Pd) • Pure Data Packet • Raspberry Pireal-timereal-time interactivity • San Diego Supercomputer Center • software programmeterminal connectionvirtual collaborationvisual musicvisual programming languageWindows OS

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Mik Parsons
08 JANUARY 2014

Install and configure Apache, MySQL, PHP on OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion

"Getting the AMP stack running on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 is a little different than is its predecessor OS X 10.7 Lion, here is the lowdown on getting Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin running on the new Apple operating system. (OSX 10.7 AMP guide is here, and OSX 10.9 Mavericks here)."

(Neil Gee, Coolest Guides on the Planet)

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.htaccess • 2013 • AMP stack • Apache Software Foundation (ASF)Appleclient-server architectureclient-server model • command line • database • distributed application structure • document root • hosting environment • how tohow to guide • htdocs • httpd.conf • LAMP (acronym) • local web server • localhost • Mac OS X • Mountain Lion (OS version) • multi-tier architecture • MySQL • n-tier architecture • online guide • open source software • OS X Mountain Lion • OSX • OSX Mavericks • PHP • PHPMyAdmin • public_html • RDBMS • software developer • sudo • Terminal (software tool) • text editor • web application developmentweb applications • web development environment • web root • web server • websharing

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Simon Perkins
09 JULY 2011

Scribus: open source page layout programme

"Scribus is an Open Source program that brings professional page layout to Linux/UNIX, Mac OS X, OS/2 Warp 4/eComStation and Windows desktops with a combination of press–ready output and new approaches to page design."

(Scribus)

Fig.1–8 HumpyCreature007

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designdesign for printdesktop publishingDTP • eComStation • LGM • Libre Graphics Meeting • LinuxMac OS Xopen source • OS/2 Warp 4 • page designpage layoutprint designproductivity tools • Scribus • softwaresoftware interfacesoftware programmesolution • UNIX • visual design

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Simon Perkins
22 MARCH 2011

WinDirStat: Windows Directory Statistics

"When in 2003 I came across the KDE program KDirStat (http://kdirstat.sourceforge.net), I was fascinated and enthusiastic about it, as it is probably the same with many others. I had been thinking of writing a disk usage tool before, and saw: that's it!

SequoiaView (http://w3.win.tue.nl/nl/onderzoek/onderzoek_informatica/visualization/sequoiaview/) was around, but KDirStat's concept of coupling a tree list view with a treemap was unrivaled, and I didn't find anything equivalent for MS Windows. So I wrote WinDirStat, using Mark Bruls, Kees Huizing, Jarke J. vanWijk, and Huub van de Wetering's papers on squarified treemaps (http://www.win.tue.nl/~vanwijk/stm.pdf) and cushion treemaps (http://www.win.tue.nl/~vanwijk/ctm.pdf).

I didn't worry too much about the functionality but simply cloned KDirStat. The pacman is not my idea, the extension list is. I tried to size and position each GUI element optimally and to avoid modal dialogue boxes. The program should output much information while requiring few user input. When I thought it was complete, I gave it to my sister and watched her interaction with the software. That gave me another two weeks of work to do. This procedure, together with the testplan, secured WinDirStat's quality.

Meanwhile, a colleague of mine wrote Disc Inventory X (http://www.derlien.com/), a clone for Mac OS X.

That's the story so far. Oliver has taken responsibility for the project, many translations have been contributed. I've largely switched to Linux and observe WinDirStat's amazing download numbers. I hope we can provide some new version slowly but surely."

(Bernhard Seifert, 2010–07–28)

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2003application • Bernhard Seifert • chartdatadata visualisation • Disc Inventory X • disk usage • GUIhierarchy • Huub van de Wetering • ICTinformation aestheticsinnovationiteration • Jarke J. vanWijk • KDE • KDirStat • Kees Huizing • Mac OS X • Mark Bruls • MicrosoftMicrosoft Windows • MS Windows • Oliver Schneider • Pac-Manproduct design • SequoiaView • softwaresoftware programmesolution • squarified treemaps • technologytool • tree list view • tree structure • treemap • visualisation • WinDirStat

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Simon Perkins
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