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Show us what you're patching on!

Ever found yourself in the situation that you stumble upon some of your old patches and remember what crazy things you've been working on..but just never finished? And nobody ever saw it? The new wip forum category is all about those unfinished, works in progress.

So far, wip-teasers have often landed among the screenshots of the day where they are soon fading into history, so here is an attempt to put a bit of a spotlight on all those hidden treasures which could be anything like:

  • just a doodle that looks freaky
  • a sketch from a top-secret personal or commercial project
  • research into a specific topic
  • first attempts on a set of nodes for vvvv or vl

Call To Action

Whenever you're working on such a thing now, consider (not too long really, just do it!) starting a thread in the new , add a few words, thoughts where this could or should go, add an image or even an animated gif without the need to release the actual thing. Still bonus points for git(hub) links of course...

Then simply update the thread as you go along instead of starting multiple threads on the same wip. And maybe, if you get enough encouraging comments by fellow patchers this could be motivating to put some more time into it. Or maybe you're looking for collaborators and such a thread could help you find them.

And Please

Don't use the terms "vvvv" or "vl" in a threads topic, simply use the tags vvvv or vl (or both if applicable) to allow everyone to filter the category by those.

Happy Patching!

joreg, Tuesday, Aug 15th 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~2d ago

~6d ago

joreg: Know someone who should learn #vvvv? Send them to one of our intro workshops in #Berlin https://nodeforum.org/announcements/2020-series-of-2h-introduction-workshops-to-vvvv-gamma/ #creativecoding

~6d ago

udo2013: @sunep:had an idea how to restore midi-data by one lick and bring the sliders in original position.patch in forum."restore midi.."

~12d ago

sunep: @udo2013 make a forum post about and I can share my subpatch

~12d ago

sunep: @udo2013 I have myself dealt with that problem by using LTP (Value) in pickup mode

~16d ago

~16d ago

~18d ago

joreg: @soundreactor: yes