[LV2] Actual Content for the Site

Spencer Jackson ssjackson71 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 15:21:27 PST 2014


Your clarification of rules and goals inspired me to add a bit of actual
content to the site. This patch just adds links to my plugins.

 I am curious though what standard you'd like to hold as to which projects
are shown in the site links. For example the russlo suite in the instrument
section hasn't been updated since 2009 (at least the site hasn't). I
believe this was before atom event ports were implemented in LV2 and I
don't know if we want to pair that right next to the projects that are
using current versions of LV2. It seems such projects deserve some space on
the site still. Maybe its better just to leave them in their respective
sections than to make a "Deprecated Projects" or similar section.

I also know of a few lv2 projects that are in a sort of beta state. Should
those go on the site (after attempting to contact the developers first)?

Also I've been thinking about some of the blog posts that have been written
regarding lv2 development. I know mine haven't always been the best, but
sometimes a different perspective helps those who want to learn about it.
Would it be appropriate to add to the other resources section of the
developing page a few links to articles about developing LV2?

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