Wow, what a weekend that was! Compusphere in Sweden (and 25th anniversary!), Cookie in Paris and TokyoDemoFest in... (wait for it) Tokyo, Japan. We've gathered everything that's been made public already. Check the links below and please contribute if you happen to own anything that's missing.
The yearly edition of Syntax took place earlier this month in Melbourne, Australia. The releases have been made public in a not-so-organized form and we tried as best as we can to reconcile them to the results, which involved a lot of educated guesses. It's not 100% complete though, so if you know things that we don't, please contribute!
Regular US event Demosplash took place earlier this month in Pittsbutgh, Pennsylvania and we have now all the releases neatly listed on Demozoo. Some really cool ANSI/ASCII art as often with US demoparties and a rather intriguing partial remake of MS-DOS classic Second Reality, only running on a holographic display.
We just passed another little milestone - we now detail, in more or less detail, 70,000 pieces of demoscene-related music.
Much of it even playable right in the browser, thanks to the quite wonderful Cowbell! If you're not aware, you can drop-in a download link to eligible formats from one of the supported platforms - scene.org (not inside archives), modland, or modarchive - and you'll have instantly enabled playback in the browser! We even made a little thingiemabob that lists a subset of tunes that are eligible but do not have download links - clicky clicky - and you can help by dropping in some links in there!
So, fast forward then I guess, to the next milestone :)
X! Every two years, we get a new X party. If you've been living under a rock, X is pretty much the C64 demoscene Olympics, and where all the big guns unleash their firepower. And such firepower! We're got the complete results integrated into Demozoo now, and the files are available on scene.org, so really - fire up your machinery, and get to it. We're really not worth this embarrassment of riches.