Lauri Watts lauri at kde.org
Fri Feb 28 11:39:32 GMT 2003

On Friday 28 February 2003 10.54, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> Well, as many of you know JuK 1.0 came out about 10 days ago.  For those of
> you that aren't familiar with JuK, it's a jukebox type-o-thing for KDE.
> http://www.slackorama.net/oss/juk/

> Developer interest has also been high, and these have been the guys bugging
> me to move JuK from SourceForge CVS into KDE's.  Plus I wouldn't mind the
> extra contributors.  :-)

I would love to see this in kdemultimedia, and I think it would be a great 
asset to KDE's multimedia offerings overall.  

It's quite a different beast than the existing players, it's dead stable 
already, worked out of the box on !linux and it has lots of really nice 
features, it's fast and powerful enough to handle really huge collections of 

I don't think it's a duplication in functionality, there's nothing else with 
such comprehensive and easy management of tagging and organization in kdemm, 
and since it writes standard playlists it could be a complement to any other 
player if users want to use it that way. 

Lauri Watts
KDE Documentation: http://i18n.kde.org/doc/
KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/
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