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vvvvhat happened in Jannuary 2018

previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in December 2017


jannuary 2018,

or as i'd like to call it: a new dawn.

so many things...where to start... probly here if you haven't yet: vvvv-in-numbers-2017
then an apology for the current release-candidate hiatus. we've been too optimistic end of december, when we let out the first. meanwhile 3 more things got finalized:

a new RC is scheduled to be announced this week.

also, the five part vl for vvvv users series of videos is now complete: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5. it is basically the workshop i gave at node17. it picks you up where you are as a vvvv user and shows you how the basic things are mostly the same in vl but only when it comes to spreading you need to learn about loops instead. and once you're there you'll not want to look back...

...like e.g. this doctor, who was kind enough to give us an update on the status of his latest developments. must watch!

what next:
we have a few independent libraries in the works at the moment that we're planning to announce properly in the coming weeks each. for the bravvvve ones among you, go check our public repositories already:

and even more to come... but beware: there aren't really instructions yet on how to use those. so you might as well want to wait for the announcements.

with beta36 hopefully out soon we'll then make plans for the next release. high priorities are endless, will be some tough decisions to make again.

vvvv Academy

it happened. it was great. 6 participants from zero to vvovv in 6 days. a few impressions are here. we're planning to do this again, stay tuned!

Contributions

here is a big one: u7angel open sourced his Automata UI and in addition is also giving it away for free now for commercial projects! you be stoopid not use it and get him at least a drink the next time you see him. thanks man!

further quite a load of new stuff:

and updates to many top contributions:

Gallery

Recursive Infinity - Endless Procedural Crazyshit by evvvvil

otherwise sadly not so much in the gallery last month. seems everyone is too busy networking their stuff socially. and then i stumbled upon this: https://vimeo.com/search/sort:latest?q=vvvv with many more recent uploads.. but please don't forget to share your works also in our gallery to show people having their first contact with vvvv.org, what you're doing with it.

and on a final note: tekcor has announced a workshop titled Chaos - Noise - Motion that will take place on march 10th in leipzig.


that was it for jannuary. anything to add? please do so in the comments!

joreg, Sunday, Feb 4th 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 2 comments  
bjoern 04/02/2018 - 22:21
joreg said
high priorities are endless, will be some tough decisions to make again.

Maybe you can do some kind of user poll to help with the decision making :)

dominikKoller 08/02/2018 - 17:00

OpenCV in VL, SO looking forward!!

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Shoutbox

~18h ago

joreg: @eglod: if not, we're doing something wrong... but did you check any of the other timeline options? animation

~19h ago

andresc4: Sometimes people finalize a project and can donate a good amount that month, but nobody knows what will happen on the next one :D

~19h ago

andresc4: @vux as @eno say, I think a 1 time payment of any given value its a good option also

~20h ago

ggml: where id the vl search algorythm implementation discussion?

~20h ago

eglod: @ catweasel, o.k. may be, I have to learn vl. Thank You catweasel! Is this possible with 84 years, what think You?

~22h ago

catweasel: I guess part of the issue, is payment is $ which means transaction fees on every payement will add up!

~1d ago

u7angel: @eno, it is a hassle for us too but its worth it i think.

~1d ago

eno: @vux @u7angel, of course, but an annual fee would be much more convenient for the accounting.

~1d ago

u7angel: @eno, the idea is to generate a steady income to motivate continious development.