aRts needs to be replaced (was Re: Disabling aRts in knotify)
wheeler at kde.org
Thu Feb 19 18:16:25 GMT 2004
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(Moving this to kde-multimedia too -- please respond there.)
On Thursday 19 February 2004 19:03, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> I really don't think so. It's a design fault. We could also write a
> webbrowser which implements html, http, tcp, ip all itself (ok, slightly
> exaggerated ;-)
Right, but you're the one suggesting to write such a web browser. ;-)
That's my point. I'm not arguing that this stuff should be in the server, I'm
just saying that it shouldn't be in the apps.
> e.g. for network transparency.
Actually here's one advantage of decoding on the server in theory -- you can
send the encoded (much smaller) data over the network rather than the raw
> > I don't care whether you chose to use a soundserver or not, and I'm not
> > sure if that's what you're getting at, but there needs to be something
> > available to multimedia programmers in KDE that handles these common media
> > tasks (decoding, playing, buffering, etc.).
Ok, we seem to be converging here...
The three chief virtues of a programmer are: laziness, impatience and hubris.
- --Larry Wall
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