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Managing calendar invites from the mailing lists

John Mertic
 

ASWF community members,

As many of you know, you can access a full calendar of ASWF meetings at https://lists.aswf.io/calendar, which is a great way to find meetings and events happening within the community. LF staff, TAC, and TSC leads keep this calendar up to date ( with TSC leads cross posting TSC meetings to the TAC lists for wider visibility ).

This can naturally lead to multiple meeting invites on you calendar that may or not be of interest. To help alleviate this, you can use the muting function built into groups.io to have messages with various hashtags ignored. We've hashtagged meeting invites as follows, and you go to https://lists.aswf.io/mutedhashtags to ignore ones that aren't of interest.

#cal-invite - This would mute all invites to meetings
#ci-working - CI working group
#opencue-tsc - OpenCue TSC
#ocio-tsc - OpenColorIO TSC
#openexr-tsc - OpenEXR TSC
#openvdb-tsc - OpenVDB TSC

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

John Mertic
Director of Program Management - Linux Foundation
ASWF, ODPi, and Open Mainframe Project
Schedule time with me at https://calendly.com/jmertic

Re: custom ocio creation for nuke

Ravindra Korde
 

Im having little confusion in this, what should i do first to start making my own ocio setup.
or should i use default file to make new one.

Re: custom ocio creation for nuke

Ravindra Korde
 

can you please explain me step by step?


On Tue, May 21, 2019, 12:42 PM Arjun Thekkumadathil <3darjun@...> wrote:
You don’t have to, the config file and lut folder are there in the repo itself. Running that make.py will regenerate the luts again.

Thanks 

Arjun

On Tue, 21 May 2019 at 4:43 am, <rravindrakorde@...> wrote:
Thanks Arjun!!

After changing the config.ocio we need to add that changes in make.py?

Re: custom ocio creation for nuke

Arjun Thekkumadathil
 

You don’t have to, the config file and lut folder are there in the repo itself. Running that make.py will regenerate the luts again.

Thanks 

Arjun

On Tue, 21 May 2019 at 4:43 am, <rravindrakorde@...> wrote:
Thanks Arjun!!

After changing the config.ocio we need to add that changes in make.py?

Re: custom ocio creation for nuke

Ravindra Korde
 

Thanks Arjun!!

After changing the config.ocio we need to add that changes in make.py?

Re: custom ocio creation for nuke

Arjun Thekkumadathil
 

On Mon, 20 May 2019 at 12:18 pm, <rravindrakorde@...> wrote:
Hi All,

I'm trying to create custom ocio file for nuke, with reference of http://opencolorio.org/.
im new at this so any help or suggestion will be appreciated.

Thanks!!! 

custom ocio creation for nuke

Ravindra Korde
 

Hi All,

I'm trying to create custom ocio file for nuke, with reference of http://opencolorio.org/.
im new at this so any help or suggestion will be appreciated.

Thanks!!! 

Academy Software Foundation Announces New Projects & New Members

Emily Olin
 

ASWF Community:

In case you haven't seen the news, we are excited to share that the TAC has approved OpenEXR and OpenCue as Academy Software Foundation projects. We are also welcoming three new members - NVIDIA at the Premier level, and ftrack and Red Hat at the General level. 
 
You can find more information here:

Thanks!

Re: DreamWorks Animation Releases USD Manager to the Open Source Community

Daniel Heckenberg
 


Hi Andrew, 

This is a great contribution and has been received enthusiastically by the USD community and the developers and TDs at Animal Logic.

Thanks!
Daniel

Re: DreamWorks Animation Releases USD Manager to the Open Source Community

Rob Bredow
 



Congratulations on this release!

Rob


On Fri, Mar 29, 2019 at 4:41 PM Andrew Pearce <andrew.pearce@...> wrote:
Please see attached.

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VP Global Technology, DreamWorks, 818-695-9213

DreamWorks Animation Releases USD Manager to the Open Source Community

Andrew Pearce
 

Please see attached.

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VP Global Technology, DreamWorks, 818-695-9213

Open Source North America CFP

Emily Olin
 

Hi all,

If you are interested in speaking at Open Source Summit North America, August 21-23 in San Diego, the deadline to submit your abstract is April 2. The conference is hosted by the Linux Foundation and attracts several thousand developers, software engineers, technologists and other open source community and industry leaders.  

If there are enough talks submitted relating to the motion picture and media industries, they will consider creating a specific motion picture track for the event. 

Here is the link to learn more and submit: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/open-source-summit-north-america-2019/program/cfp/.

Please feel free to email me directly with any questions at eolin@....

Thanks!

Emily Olin
Director of PR, Academy Software Foundation
The Linux Foundation

New ASWF LinkedIn Page

Emily Olin
 

We have just launched the Academy Software Foundation page on LinkedIn. We'd appreciate if you could please take a moment to follow our page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/academysoftwarefoundation/

Thank you!

Re: OpenColorIO link is broken in main page

John Mertic
 

This should be fixed now - let us know if you still see any issues.

Thank you,

John Mertic
Director of Program Management - Linux Foundation
ASWF, ODPi, R Consortium, and Open Mainframe Project
Schedule time with me at https://calendly.com/jmertic



On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 9:28 AM Dylan Socolobsky <dsocolobsky@...> wrote:
Greetings.
I's a rather minor annoyance but I just wanted to let you know that currently
the link for the new OpenColorIO project in your landing page is broken
because it's missing a semicolon in the link, and thus it can't be
accessed via click.

Keep up the good work.

--------------------------------
Dylan



OpenColorIO link is broken in main page

Dylan Socolobsky
 

Greetings.
I's a rather minor annoyance but I just wanted to let you know that currently
the link for the new OpenColorIO project in your landing page is broken
because it's missing a semicolon in the link, and thus it can't be
accessed via click.

Keep up the good work.

--------------------------------
Dylan

OpenColorIO Joins Academy Software Foundation

Emily Olin
 

ASWF Community:

We are very excited to share that OpenColorIO has been approved as the second Academy Software Foundation project. The press release is available here: https://www.aswf.io/ocio-joins-aswf/.

Thank you!

Emily Olin
Director of PR
The Linux Foundation
(281) 380-9661
Skype: emily.olin1

Re: ASWF CI Infrastructure: Meeting Minutes

Jean-Francois Panisset
 

There's a "tac" GitHub project at:

https://github.com/AcademySoftwareFoundation/tac

More specifically you'll find minutes for the CI working group at:

https://github.com/AcademySoftwareFoundation/tac/tree/master/meetings/CI-workinggroup

There's been a couple of meetings where the shared Google Doc used to
take notes hasn't been converted to Markdown yet, those should be
coming soon.

JF Panisset

On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 7:03 AM Patrick Hodoul <patrickhodoul@...> wrote:

Hi,

Where can I find all the meeting minutes of the 'ASWF CI Infrastructure' Group?

Thanks,
Patrick

ASWF CI Infrastructure: Meeting Minutes

Patrick Hodoul
 

Hi,

Where can I find all the meeting minutes of the 'ASWF CI Infrastructure' Group?

Thanks,
Patrick

Re: OpenVDB Jenkins builds broken due to Boost Python not found

Larry Gritz
 

As an aside, VFX Platform is, as they have repeated many times, not a list of endorsed or fundamental packages, but rather an agreement of versions for particular packages that have been historically problematic and plagued by "versionitis" (particularly in how they were used by Foundry, Autodesk, and Side Effects).

VFX Platform is great at that mission, I'm not knocking what they're doing.

But there is a separate, currently nonexistent, but badly needed list of core packages and versions that more accurately forms the basis of a modern VFX software stack, and that is the list that our CI is going to need to cater to. It overlaps VFX Platform somewhat, but is mostly a super-set. 

Whoever is scoping the work for these things must remember that VFX Platform not the complete list of the packages that need to be available as core dependencies and that need to be included in the matrix of interoperability that we are trying to test with CI. And also that we will need a "version next" entry in the test matrix that intentionally defies both lists by building all the TOT checkouts against each other, so that we can catch upcoming incompatibilities early as part of the review/CI process for PRs.




On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 5:38 AM Aloys Baillet <aloys.baillet@...> wrote:
Hi Thanh,

I've been reading a bit more about Packer and indeed it should be a fairly easy thing to setup a docker image that matches the VFX platform.
One reason I've been angling towards Docker is that NVidia (which most VFX studio have lots of hardware from) provides a very rich set of base images that allow us to build against GL and CUDA libraries, which some VFX packages have optional dependencies to (especially OpenSubdiv).
Having pre-built GL-enabled variants of these packages might be desirable, especially Qt which is quite tricky to build properly and all the vendors provide in slightly different variations...

That said, to get started on the official VFX platform 2018 you would just need a vanilla CentOS-7 VM/docker image and run this:

yum install -y centos-release-scl-rh
yum install -y devtoolset-7-toolchain make
source /opt/rh/devtoolset-7/enable

Then install cmake using this:
cmake-3.12.3-Linux-x86_64.sh --skip-license 
(the cmake in centos7 is way too old...)

Cheers,

Aloys



--
Larry Gritz
lg@...

Re: OpenVDB Jenkins builds broken due to Boost Python not found

Aloys Baillet
 

Hi Thanh,

I've been reading a bit more about Packer and indeed it should be a fairly easy thing to setup a docker image that matches the VFX platform.
One reason I've been angling towards Docker is that NVidia (which most VFX studio have lots of hardware from) provides a very rich set of base images that allow us to build against GL and CUDA libraries, which some VFX packages have optional dependencies to (especially OpenSubdiv).
Having pre-built GL-enabled variants of these packages might be desirable, especially Qt which is quite tricky to build properly and all the vendors provide in slightly different variations...

That said, to get started on the official VFX platform 2018 you would just need a vanilla CentOS-7 VM/docker image and run this:

yum install -y centos-release-scl-rh
yum install -y devtoolset-7-toolchain make
source /opt/rh/devtoolset-7/enable

Then install cmake using this:
cmake-3.12.3-Linux-x86_64.sh --skip-license 
(the cmake in centos7 is way too old...)

Cheers,

Aloys