Re: Ideas and graph
- From: bartscgr t-online de (Guenter Bartsch)
- To: Thomas Vander Stichele <thomas urgent rug ac be>
- Cc: Jeff Waugh <jdub perkypants org>, gnome-multimedia <gnome-multimedia gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Ideas and graph
- Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 13:30:12 +0200
On 09/17, Thomas Vander Stichele wrote:
> > > > I'd prefer Gnome to go the OSX way. I hope Totem can top gst-player as
> > > > far video players are concerned ;) (hey, I'm biased)
> > >
> > > any plans to keep using libxine in totem?
> > Please read the rest of your gnome-multimedia mailbox, this has been
> > rehashed lots. :-)
> I'm guessing Guenter just joined the list, so he probably didn't get
> those. The archives are out there though. We're a bit too young of a
> mailing list to already pick up discussions again ;)
uh, sorry - i'll have a look at the mailing list archives then :)
> But (without wanting to answer for Bastien) it looks like totem will keep
> supporting xine but will start using gstreamer as well in the future.
humm - i'm just wondering what to do about this from the xine side. if
totem is going to switch to another library anyway, i guess gnome-xine
will need to be developed and supported further (since a lot of people
certainly want to have xine on their gnome-desktop).
also i'd like to hear from you if there's anything wrong with libxine or
if you have any wishes/feature requests - libxine's api is currently
being redesigned so this is the time to consider these. there are also
some efforts going on to push libxine into the direction of video
processing/editing and what's exiting about this one is that it looks
like this isn't going too take too much effort (even though libxine was
never designed for that).
> Guenter, it's nice to see you on this list ;) Are you a regular Gnome user
> or just looking what we're up to ?
i have been using gnome for a long time and i am still quite a fan of the
project - but i'm not really a desktop "user" as i use desktops mainly
for playing around while for my real work all i need is a window manager,
a few xterms and emacs ;>. at the moment i'm using kde3.1 because it
looks so stylish - but as soon as gnome2 is completely available in
debian i guess i'll give it a try.
The trouble with being punctual is that people think you have nothing
more important to do.
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