ripping 'n' burning

Niklas Nylund ninylund at
Thu Nov 9 16:27:48 UTC 2006


As an end user I completely agree, a "normal user" much more prefer  
to press a big round big button and everything is taken care for  
them, all according to the it just works paradigm (for those who want  
there should be some options somewhere on bitrate and such). On the  
technical side I don't like the suggested "fix" because it assumes  
one uses KDE, I like many others I know use amarok in Ubuntu or  
another non KDE environment.


Niklas Nylund

On Nov 7, 2006, at 11:41 AM, Gianluca wrote:

> 2006/11/7, Colin Guthrie <gmane at>:
>> If you setup the audiocd:/ KIO Slave in KDE, Ripping in Amarok is  
>> just a
>> matter of dragging and dropping the Ogg/MP3 files. :)
>> amaroK.html
>> Col.
> yeah, that's very cool...
> but i think it's too complicated for the people that don't understand
> these terms....
> the people who install kubuntu for the first time ehen read these word
> "fall in panic" and close the window...
> i think (we think, a speak for lots of people) that a light and easy
> interface inside amarok will be VERY VERY COOL...
> sorry another time for the english and the disturb..... :p
> aloha to everyone
> -- 
> Gianluca - Bigshot
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