Friday, June 16, 2006 17:36 - OpenSoundControl
beware this is just a draft
here is a max/msp external for OSX (UniversalBinary) and windows doing Bonjour/ZeroConf service discovery and announcement:
basically there are only 3 messages:
browse: browse for available services of type _osc._udp
resolve name: get hostname and port number from service name
register name port: register and a service of type _osc._udp with specificied name and UDP port number
here is the download link:
and the old one
for the windows version you'll need to install Bonjour for windows:
the sourcecode is available on sourceforge under a BSD license, you'll need 2 modules: oscbonjour and zeroconf, here are the commands you need to run:
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/osctools/trunk/oscbonjour oscbonjour
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/osctools/trunk/zeroconf zeroconf
osc-bonjour for Max/MSP is no longer maintained, please use the more general zeroconf.browse, zeroconf.resolve and zeroconf.register externals instead.
They are much simpler and powerful and let you work with any kind of zeronf services, not just _osc._udp.
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Friday, June 9, 2006 17:50 - OpenSoundControl
We had a very interresting meeting with about 20 OSC developpers on thurday June 8th 2006 about the future of OSC standardization.
the meeting was lead by Matt Wright(CNMAT) with participation from David Wessel(CNMAT), Ali Momeni(CNMAT?), Emmanuel Flety(IRCAM), Seb Beaulieu (Plogue), me(IRCAM) the JazzMutant's team and many others whose names I don't remember.
Matt has put online an overview of the hot topics of the meeting:
the highlights are on the usage of ZeroConf/Bonjour/Rendez-Vous for service discovery and registration,
OSC namespace discovery
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Monday, June 5, 2006 11:35 - NIME06the NIME06 conference that happens at IRCAM this year has officially started this morning.
Monday, June 5, 2006 11:32 - DanceWe had very exciting and animated discussions during this workshop.
here are some picture I've taken before the battery of my camera went empty.
Scott Delahunta and Frederic Bevilacqua introducing the workshop.
Marc Downie talking about his work with Trisha Brown using his own application framework called fluid
He told that Fluid (Java + Python) should be released (escaped?) in october under a "militant" GPL license.
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