As we are now reaching the end of the funding period, we’ll need some help in maintaining our toolset and the learning platform. The team has shrunk last summer from 5 people full-time to 1.2, and is about to go to 0… hence the slower release pace… but there are a few exciting new things that could do with a release!
Now, no need to be a C++ ninja to help! Reporting bugs and typos, improving examples in your favourite platform, brainstorming explanations, ideas, and subprojects, everything is possible and helpful!
For this first experience, I need help testing a new object or all platforms, and new features on a few old ones. You don’t need to compile or anything, I can just point at stuff to try and comment on
If you are interested, we might make a thread here per feature to avoid cross-contamination of ideas?
Things ready-ish to test:
- a new fluid.(buf)sinefeatures object which is a spectral peak detector behind the fluid.(buf)sines object
- a brute force query in fluid.dataset
- a review of the example file of each distribution (max/pd/sc) to check if all code works with the current interface (there are some wrinkles in SC I know of, for instance)
More things coming but I don’t want to promise too much for now.
I am interested in testing how we can make it work as a group. Let me know what you think.