The Jokosher team are proud to announce our very first 0.1 release of Jokosher; a simple, usability focused Open Source multi-track studio. Since the original design and conception of the project in February, a team of developers, documentation writers, artists, testers and packagers have worked together to create a compelling first release. I am so proud of every single person involved.
So, where do you get started? Well, first head over to the brand new Jokosher website, and read the Feature List and see the Screenshots. Then hit the Download page and grab a package. After that, read the Jokosher Tutorial and also the User Guide, and finally join the Jokosher Community Forums. Jokosher is fundamentally about community, and I am really keen to build up the forums and make them a hive of audio recording chatter and buzz. We are at the beginning of a really exciting journey here, and I want you all to share in it.
Thanks to the many contributors who have helped with this release (alphabetically listed):
Chris Brown, Oscar Carlstedt, Daniel Holbach, Gilles Fabio, Jason Field, Edward Hervey, Tuomas Kuosmanen, Stuart Langridge, Dennis LichtenthÃ¤ler, Alasdair MacLeod, Robert McWilliam, Dan Nawara, Andreas Nilsson, Laszlo Pandy, Jeff Ratliff, Gregory Sheeran, Michael Sheldon and Ben Thorp.
Joksher needs YOU! So how do you get involved? Well see this page, and hackers can grab the code from Subversion here. We also have a Documentation Team, Art Team and Packaging Team. I have been working recently to build these different autonomous teams and they are growing nicely.
I look forward to seeing many of you at LUGRadio Live 2006 this weekend!