Commit 2beedebb authored by Jonathan Wilkes's avatar Jonathan Wilkes
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fix headers, reposition revised ideas

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[Web App UI Cleanup](#Web App UI Cleanup)
[Completed Projects From Previous Years](#completed-projects-from-previous-years)
[Profile and Optimize Purr Data for Realtime Safety](#profile-and-optimize-purr-data-for-realtime-safety)
[Profile Purr Data CPU Usage in Realtime](#profile-purr-data-cpu-usage-in-realtime)
[Terminal REPL](#terminal-repl)
[Completed Projects From Previous Years](#completed-projects-from-previous-years)
[Core Accessibility](#core-accessibility)
[Purr Data Message and DSP Profiler](#purr-data-message-and-dsp-profiler)
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Javascript, HTML, CSS, and experience with SVG will be plus
Profile and Purr Data CPU Usage in Realtime
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Profile Purr Data CPU Usage in Realtime
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### Goal
Give users the ability to visually and/or programmatically measure which DSP
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feedback to the user so they can find out which DSP objects are the most
CPU-hungry.
### Languages
C for the backend, and HTML5 for the simple visualizations to show the user
the results of performance measurements.
### Challenges
The initial profiling will take some time but
isn't particularly challenging. Making changes to the core audio engine,
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Purr Data's internals.
### Languages
C, plus some HTML5 for simple visualization of the performance metrics
C for the backend, and HTML5 for the simple visualizations to show the user
the results of performance measurements.
Terminal REPL
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