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PipeWire hackfest 2019

Lyon, 2nd and 3rd of November

Primary contact: Christian F.K. Schaller <ChristianSchaller>
Secondary contact: Arun Raghavan <ArunRaghavan>
Tertiary contact: Wim Taymans <WimTaymans>

Teams: Pipewire, GStreamer, Totem, Control Center, PulseAudio

Description

Pipewire continues to move forward and mature and this hackfest is a follow-up to the one we had in Edinburgh last year. The goal is to review action items from Edinburgh and look at general state of PipeWire and where we are in terms of being able to replace Jack or PulseAudio in a linux distribution. We will co-locate this hackfest with the GStreamer hackfest as some attendees will want to be able to move back and forth.

Agenda, goals

  • General status up date from Wim Taymans
  • Look at desktop integration status of PipeWire and IVE usecases

  • JACK issues not mean to be covered as Wim will cover those as part of his attendance at Sonoj.org late October

Timeline

  • 2nd:
  • 3rd:
  • 4th:

Sponsors

GNOME Foundation is sponsoring travel costs for community contributors

Attendees

We need core developers from PulseAudio community to atend, possibly also Bluetooth developers and people from projects such as GNOME control center and GStreamer.

Name

Relevant contribution/aim

Arrives on

Departs on

Staying at

Wim Taymans

Creator of PipeWire

30/10

5/11

Hotel de Normandie

Arun Raghavan

Core PulseAudio developer

TBD

TBD

TBD

George Kiagiadakis

PipeWire in AGL

31/10

4/11

TBD

Julian Bouzas

PipeWire in AGL

TBD

TBD

TBD

BastienNocera

GNOME integration

N/A

N/A

home

Costs

(!) <list of costs like venue, hotel, etc>

How to get there

  • Train
  • Bus
  • Taxi

From Europe

From faraway places

Accommodation and food

Previous discussions, organization threads, drafts, relevant links, etc

Reports from Previous event

Hackfests/PipeWire2019 (last edited 2019-10-10 16:43:26 by GeorgeKiagiadakis)