October 2009

OpenNight 3rd December 09 @ The Roebuck

The next OpenNight is on 3rd December 09 @ The Roebuck (upstairs).

If you want to join in, you are very welcome. Put you name up on the Wiki page below, or just send a message on the list.

http://www.pawfal.org/openlabwiki/index.php?page=OpenNight

For anyone who has done workshops, then there is no better way to hone your newfound skills than performing a little something in front of an friendly crowd. ;)

More details tba …. hope to catch u there.

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OpenNight @ The Roebuck

OpenLab is having an OpenNight tomorrow 22nd October at the Roebuck. OpenNight is a series of performance nights  where people can come along and try out their new stuff in front of an audience, or just have a jam.

If you use Open Source software for your creations, then you are welcome to join this and future OpenNights – just add yourself on the wiki page.

http://www.pawfal.org/openlabwiki/index.php?page=OpenNight

Confirmed for the innaugural OpenNight is:

Rob Munro : PD+Processing (15min)
Jonny Stutters : (Probably) SuperCollider + Processing (~15mins or more or less schedule permitting)
Ryan Jordan : CMOS Synths + strobes + smoke + a mixer (10-15mins)
Chris McCormick : Generative acid in Pd (20 mins)
Cane Toad Orchestra: S Jagannathan, Evan Raskob, Geri McEwan?, Rob Atwood (20mins).
Sonnamble: Peter Marsh, Conor Curran – double bass + lap steel + improvised electronics (Pure Data on 64Studio with auxillary Python app)

Hope to catch you there.

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Pippin Wins Massive Check for His Gimp-y Work

Congrats to Openlab London member Pippin (otherwise known as Øyvind KolÃ¥s, centred in the picture below) for winning the Free software award for “most calm developer while within 1m of a bugged-out Jimmy Wales.” http://www.nuug.no/prisen/

Prisvinner Øyvind Kolås, flankert av Nuug-leder Peter Reinholdtsen (med slips) og Wikipedia-gründer Jimmy Wales (uten slips). Award winner Øyvind Kolås, flanked by NUUG leader Peter Reinholdtsen (with tie) and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales (no tie). (foto: Nuug) (photo: NUUG)

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