[A-IMC radio] multimedia linux and free music
strypey at riseup.net
Thu Mar 30 05:19:52 PST 2006
Kia ora koutou
Stumbled on the AGNULA project today:
For those mediatistas keen to try out linux this might be a good one.
Has anyone come across this before? Also the music library is great
news for those that want to mix a bit of music into their programming.
"The AGNULA project is a volunteer based project aiming to spread
Libre Software in the professional audio and video arena.
AGNULA's main task is the development of a reference multimedia
distribution [of] the GNU/Linux operating system completely based on
Free Software as approved by the Free Software Foundation. It's called
DeMuDi and is based on Debian.
We also provide a music download database where our users can share
tunes that are released under a free content license. There are over
1000 tracks to download, and it's all free music! You are invited to
share the music, find new artists and help us maintain a collection of
royalty-free audio content."
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