There is something wrong with the new UDS system.

When I read the news about Canonical’s decision to change the way Ubuntu Developer Summit (original announcement here) I was totally astonished. I expected this change will cause a lot of buzz within the community, especially given the fact that all recent Canonical decisions are considered very controversial. This surprises me heavily, as I can spot a big number of problems that this decision may cause, as well as problems with the way this decision itself was handled. Jono Bacon’s article explaining the decision did not satisfy me either. It explains the general reasoning behind this idea, but it does not clarify everything.

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vModSynth 1.0 released

Didn’t I mention for the last 2 months I have been working on a synthesizer application?

I am pleased to announce that vModSynth 1.0 is now publicly released and available to download.

What is vModSynth? It’s a modular software synthesizer for Linux. It is not intended to be as convenient as possible, but to resemble the look & feel of a real, analog, modular software synthesizer. See for yourself:

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