Lately i have been making experiments by repurposing an old laptop.
I installed a Kodi linux that is an ubuntu + media center called KODI (used to be called xbmc).
It is working very well and plan to replace my living room hi-fi (cd-player, radio, tapes???) I set it up to rip a cd when inserted on the computer, so, digitizing my physical cd’s will not be so hard (I hope).
To catalog the music, I plan on using Picard from Music Brainz
[Update] Maybe better, but for linux which is my main OS at home, I’ll try beets.
While searching for this media center solution, i stumble upon a project that may be very cool if you like to make music instead of listening to it. It’s LMMS, and presents itself as a complete recording solution that works on linux, windows and mac.
I assume you have visited a few conferences, maybe spoken at some, but have organised none. Thus you’ll have a pretty good idea of what you want to achieve, but haven’t yet found out about all the little details that make a good conference a great one. That’s what this handbook is going to teach you.