the entries contain a 128x128 thumbnail, info where to obtain it, a
short feature overview, and sometimes dependency and reusability info.
it's just a quick sketch of a wiki, no fancy subpages with tags and such.
there are still several seqs i plan to put there: rrad.drumseq, just
intonation, maybe another one of mine. frank barknecht once did a fancy
data structures part-seq, i will have to look that up. shift8 did a seq
and posted it to the list. once i stumbled upon a tracker-style seq by
someone called number, but i dunno if he wants it distributed, and if
it's still fresh. i remember seeing something called jass (just another
step sequencer) by ck, but can't seem to find a link. then there's the
category of sequencers not written in, but for pd, like yves' pianoroll
external and carmen's shiny sequencer externals.
if you have or know of any other sequencers, or want to add some of
those mentioned above, feel free to log in to puredata.info and edit
this wiki. any comments are welcome, too.