neil at qualityassistant.com
Thu Oct 24 21:02:33 BST 2002
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On Thursday October 24, 2002 01:01, Jason Wood wrote:
> On Thursday 24 Oct 2002 8:29 pm, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > On Thursday October 24, 2002 12:23, Jason Wood wrote:
> > > At the end of the day, if I have the choice to spend the next year
> > > writing a video framework into aRts, or wait 9 months for GStreamer
> > > to mature and then spend three weeks updating the C++ wrappers
> > > around it, then I for one would prefer the time to work on other
> > > things :-)
> > That's fine. You can wait. Others will act.
> Oh, I agree. But my initial question, which you did not answer, was is
> it better to act and put the effort into aRts, or into GStreamer?
I did answer. I said that given your situation as you described, it was a
better choice for you to wait on GStreamer.
But not everyone is willing to gamble on and deal with GStreamer. So if
you were looking for me to give an answer more general than that, I can't
give you one.
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
"The nearest I can make it out, 'Love your Enemies' means, 'Hate your
Friends'." - Benjamin Franklin
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