multimedia meeting agenda

Scott Wheeler wheeler at
Tue Apr 25 22:13:51 BST 2006

On Tuesday 25 April 2006 18:11, Ian Monroe wrote:
> My purpose in going to the weekend is to put some IRC nicks to faces,
> learn about KDE 4.0, and getting started on a feature list and
> system/object design for amaroK 2.0. I don't see myself doing much
> actual hacking, except perhaps to just figure some of this stuff out.

Personally I often write interfaces at meetings, rarely implementations; some 
people can just sit down and go at the coding though.  Should be room for 
both.  :-)

> To those ends... as far as formal presentations are concerned, I would
> find helpful some educational oriented presentations about the new
> technology around the corner (like if Muesli or Scott wanted to do
> something on Qt4 model/view list stuff and other Qt4 tech), learn
> about Phonon etc.

I'm still not sure that I'll be able to come (I may have to go back to the US 
for a couple of weeks due to some family issues.) but if I'm there I could do 
a little bit on the model-view stuff or I'd also thought of an introduction 
to digital audio (basics of waveforms, A/D conversion, very simple DSP) -- 
not directly applicable for most of our work, but one of those things that's 
often good to know.

There are also a couple of things that I've got up my sleeve that might be 
useful for KDE 4, but we'll see if they're ready to show by then.  :-)

> Some formal discussions, to complement the informal over-beer-at-1am
> discussions, could also be useful. I hope to see lots of scribbles on
> whiteboard. :)

1 am?  You taking the early shift?  (I think the last time most of this group 
was together in Ludwigshaven and sharing a room with Max and Muesli I'd get 
in at 8:00 a.m. and they still weren't back to the room.)


Bronfman isn’t known for being the brightest crayon in the sandwich, if you 
get my drift.
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