[Glass] UK Smalltalk User Group Meeting - 25th January 2023

Giovanni Corriga giovanni at corriga.net
Mon Jan 16 15:24:01 PST 2023

For the first UKSTUG online meeting of the year, Stéphane Rollandin will
talk to us about muO: musical objects for Squeak (
http://www.zogotounga.net/comp/squeak/sqgeo.htm ).

The presentation will focus on some of the interactive tools and subsystems
widely used in muO, that are of interest in their own right, and
potentially useful to others.
The main emphasis will be on the large family of zoomable fields, which are
modular plotting editors. Stéphane will demonstrate the workflow they are
designed for, and show in what sense it is a seamless and natural
exploitation of the Morphic framework.
The code for these tools is somewhat entangled with the muO package, so
Stéphane will also provide a Squeak image taylored to help people find
their way there.

Stéphane Rollandin has been doing independent research on software for
musical composition and representation for the last 20 years, during his
whole careeer as a stay-at-home father.
After developing the GeoMaestro system for KeyKit, and the Csound-x package
for Emacs, he was introduced to Smalltalk and never looked back. Besides
muO, he developed for Squeak a modular Lisp interpreter, the
LambdaMessageSend framework and a few games. He is now working on an
experimental game engine with an emphasis on procedural generation and
complex autonomous agents.
He was formally educated in physics, and his other artistic ventures are in
photography and aikido. His music is freely available online (
https://stephanerollandin.bandcamp.com/ ).
Born in Marseille, he currently lives in the southern French Alps.

This will be an online meeting from home.

If you'd like to join us, please sign up in advance on the meeting's Meetup
page ( https://www.meetup.com/ukstug/events/290746320/ ) to receive the
meeting details.
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