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this is it! Below you find the list of workshops you'll be able to attend during NODE17. Not all, obviously, because 7 of those are typically running in parallel but still noone should get bored. Thanks everyone for their great proposals! We tried to realize as many workshops as we possibly can but i hope everyone understands that we do have limitations of different kinds that didn't allow us to have all of the proposed workshops.
Good news: NODE17 will offer a format (called "unconference") where any participant can host ad-hoc talks/demos/workshops in the lunch and evening breaks. So if your workshop was not chosen but you're coming to node anyway, you'll still have the chance to share your skills with a bigger audience.
Next: the workshop schedule will follow in a new blog-post soon and then the website where you can book your seats, horray!
Connecting Things to vvvv
Silly Machines - Basic Electronics & Hardware Prototyping
3d immersive audio basics
3d immersive audio creative session
i hereby want to invite you to join us in our chat-channel on matrix.org:
wonder why not skype, whatsapp, telegram, slack, xmpp, ..or similar? glad you asked. here is what i think makes matrix the best choice for a community like ours:
so does that replace ##vvvv on IRC?
nope, matrix is so ingenious that instead of trying to be a replacement for one of the existing chat networks, it integrates with them. so with a few clicks we were able to bridge to our existing ##vvvv channel on irc, meaning that you can now join either via IRC or matrix to be part of the conversation.
and bridges are available for many other chat systems (gitter, slack, telegram,..) if someone likes to set one up.
so if there is anything you need help with or want to discuss, this is most likely the quickest way to get in touch with us and your fellow patchers.
hope to see you there..
woohoow, how quad is that?
the HOPE Lab came up with this thing called NODESurfing: frankfurt locals are asked to share their couch with a node-visitor in exchange for an event-ticket.
what a fine idea... so here is what you can do:
because good ideas need spreading!
previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in March 2017
helo everyone and welcome to this past months recap.
we're planning one more release early june that we'll want everyone to use at node. not sure yet, if it will include the promised vl-node-importing features but we'll definitely have those available at least in alpha-builds.
and two updates:
and here is some work in progress:
if you've also got some hidden vvvv-projects on github please tag them with "vvvv" so we can all get a good view on them, like so: vvvv related repositories on github
april saw three gallery entries:
Paul Prudence got a feature on midi.org.
we are looking for a Photographer (m/f) who loves to push creative boundaries and that together with a highly creative editorial & marketing team wants to contribute to inspiring & engaging stories.
You're fascinated by expressing your ideas in a huge imaginative power?
You have an eye and feel for aesthetics?
Do you have basic or advanced experienced with photography
and post production and you're a team player?
Perfect! Get involved!
Be part of our team and please send us an email with your previous work experience or portfolio to email@example.com.
your NODE team
Get your week pass for the full festival programm from 26 June - 02 July 2017
with artists talks, a full-day symposium, an international exhibition, performances, party nights,
the vvvv Keynode - with or without vvvv coding workshop program included!
You would rather get a day pass?
They are coming soon, so stay tuned!
Looking forward to see you this summer in Frankfurt (Main),
your NODE team
Basically a maintenance and bugfix vvvv release, wouldn't there be so much new VL stuff in it.
As mentioned previously the main topic we are working on at the moment is importing .NET DLLs into VL. Think drag'n'drop and easy wrapper patches all in visual programming style. This needs some deeper changes in the code base and was deliberately not included in this release but will find it's way into alpha builds soon for everyone to try it out. After that we'll polish the VL workflow and libraries a bit more to have a shiny version for NODE17.
And of course more bits and pieces are waiting in line, keep your eyes on the devvvv blog.
right now, we're looking for volunteers to help in this process, to run this year's festival edition and make NODE17 awesome!
Volunteers are an integral part of NODE. What about you, your friends, colleagues, digital enthusiasts and others? Want to get involved? Be part of our team, get a look behind the scenes, discover your skills, contribute your energy and enjoy the festival!
Click here for more information: https://nodeforum.org/journal/node17-call-for-volunteers/
Please send us an email with your area of interest or the duties that you would like to get involved with to
We are really excited to hear from you!
your NODE team <3
As you may have noticed, we are back in our every 2 month release cycle and a new beta is up on the horizon.
As we have noticed, not many of you use alpha builds to test it against your latest an greatest projects. So here is a particular fine alpha version that is our release candidate for beta35.5 scheduled for Monday.
Please give it a test run with a few patches and send us reports on any bug or problem you encounter. Testing is also the perfect excuse to miss any Easter obligation.
Some have reported that they are seeing ~temp files being written on save. We could not reproduce the error here, but we have now an error pop-up to inform you when something goes wrong and the exception that caused the problem will be copied into the clipboard. Open the projects that have that issue and paste the exception message into a new forum thread to help us tracking it down.
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