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Evan
@boundstate_twitter
ok great. What have you heard about the licensing issues? I'm a bit worried about the Qt company doing something shady
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
:/
so
there's one thing
dan agreement between TQTC & KDE that things cannot be made proprietary... else the latest public Qt release becomes BSD-license
Evan
@boundstate_twitter
yeah I've heard that... that inspires quite a bit of confidence
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
what can (and will likely) happen however is that more things are going to move from LGPL to GPL
so if you want to make proprietary software this is going to become harder
Evan
@boundstate_twitter
yeah that's quite worrysome
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
yeah... but TQTC has a few hundred employees
gotta pay them somehow
if noone buys commercial licenses.. :p
Evan
@boundstate_twitter
yeah... and then the other side is that if tqtc does violate the agreement and Qt becomes BSD licensed, then nobody will be paid to do the annoying work which kinda seems to be the thing that makes Qt great
so far nothing in Qt that I need seems to have switched from LGPL to GPL-- mostly QML related stuff and charting stuff. Nothing I can't work around/do myself
my main worry is qtwidgets going GPL
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
The core libraries of Qt (Essentials) and all existing LGPL-licensed Qt add-ons must continue to be available under the LGPLv3.
this is covered by the agreement
(widgets is part of essentials)
Evan
@boundstate_twitter
ahhhh! beautiful
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
bonjour / zeroconf support on windows should happen soon for those interested ! marcschier/dnssd#1 :)
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
Thibaud Keller
@thibaudk
bonjour / zeroconf support on windows should happen soon for those interested ! marcschier/dnssd#1 :)
@pchdev interessant pour wsclang ?
Pierre Chd
@pchdev
hmm, could be
but that would be a separate PR we'd have to submit to sc
before we can use it for wsclang
P Baltazar
@bltzr

also, super nice ressource: https://github.com/jasonwebb/morphogenesis-resources

the elephant example is 😳

Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
https://vrr.iem.at maybe that can be useful to someone
Thibaud Keller
@thibaudk
@jcelerier merci ! on m'avais demander, je fais passer
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
Ion Reguera
@ibiltari
hi! i am interfacing libossia form a web page, i get /?HOST_INFO and / (GET) as json, but then osc messages arrive as binary. Could i tell the server to send me everything as json? perhaps changing transport from UDP to TCP?
and if that's true, can i change that setting from the client? o must be set at the server side?
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
hello !
hm
good question
I think that if you want text messages you have to query them with e.g. http://your.host/foo/bar?VALUE
Ion Reguera
@ibiltari
mm but that means that osc messages initiated by the server will always be binary?
i am looking to change OSC_TRANSPORT to TCP but i cant't find how to change it for the momment
Ion Reguera
@ibiltari
can confirm http://your.host/foo/bar?VALUE gives me json, but then server initiated messages binary
and sorry i just realized this is socore channel, not libossia, moving to the other
yashiquechalil
@yashiquechalil
Hello, I've been working on a project for the last few days which bridges the gap between music and art/visual graphics and I have found ossia score to be a very interesting tool that appears to be making the domain highly interactive. I tried to get hold of some tutorials to understand the platform but most of them were in French although i was able to learn a lot from the lecture given at FOSDEM. I need help in the setup stage of oasis. Could you give me steps on how you can link Proccesing 3 to ossia and be able to find it in the devices library.??
Jean-Michaël Celerier
@jcelerier
hi @yashiquechalil ! it's a pleasure
yes, we're working on english tutorials as we speak
you know what, I think that I'm going to do the processing integration tutorial this afternoon
will ping you when it's done
by the way, do you think that if you end up using ossia, you could share a screenshot or some info of your project for the website gallery ?
yashiquechalil
@yashiquechalil
hey @jcelerier, really appreciate the fast response and that would be really helpful thank you.
yashiquechalil
@yashiquechalil
and yes I'll share the project for the website. I'll keep you posted as well.