[livid-dev] Re: [gst-devel] Re: [livid-dev] a new direction for oms
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Fri May 18 03:17:17 CEST 2001
>From: Yoann Vandoorselaere <yoann at mandrakesoft.com>
>To: Dan Dennedy <ddennedy at coolsite.net>
>CC: gstreamer-devel at lists.sourceforge.net, David "I." Lehn <dlehn at vt.edu>,
>livid-dev at linuxvideo.org
>Subject: Re: [livid-dev] Re: [gst-devel] Re: [livid-dev] a new direction
>Date: 15 May 2001 23:20:09 +0200
>On 15 May 2001 17:11:03 -0400, Dan Dennedy wrote:
> > Yoann Vandoorselaere wrote:
> > >
> > >This is total nonsense !
> > >In this case, why don't we just all jump in Gstreamer development,
> > >instead of stilling it's code, and working on a fork of it.
> > >You should have remembered the lesson with the libvo experience.
> > >
> > I think you misunderstood David. I got the impression that David
> > suggests using gstreamer for the backend of OMS not by stealing or
> > forking, but through adoption and contribution. With that approach, some
> > OMS developers will work on gstreamer itself, while others will work on
> > porting OMS to be a gstreamer app for DVD playback.
>ok, so that could be a good choise... Dent ?
seems to be a good idea - at least to take a serious look into the
whole story. gstreamer is a really cool approach and has nice idea
as their base.
- on the other hand: i started this project to learn. learn more
about the core and how we could actually implement things - and i
guess we're still good for delivernig ideas to other projects :)
... nevertheless, i didn't start to make a full featured commercial
DVD player (this project will never be commercial - but probably by
incident full-featured :), so this is at least what i like to do:
write more on the codebase - make it simpler (this is my main goal),
add new features, and also push omi as a standalone runtime-self
- maybe my goals are selfish here, since a single project would for
sure benefit from united forces, but the other thing is that ideas
are still floating around, and when you think back to the beginning
of this projects, ideas are more mature today :)
... just my $0.02 - i'd like to work on oms again, and if someone
finds part of oms useful, he's more than welcome to take
them (look at the GPL headers ;)
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