[pulseaudio-discuss] PulseAudio conference: Please speak up if you intend to come!

Janos Kovacs jankovac503 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 16 08:56:21 PDT 2012

Hi everybody,

The artifact is at
http://github.com/otcshare/pulseaudio-module-murphy-ivi (Murphy
comes from the name of the system wide policy engine we are building and ivi
comes from the in-vehicle-infotainment, but you shouldn't be too much concerned
about the naming). The routing principle is the same as we discussed
last November
with some extras. Although it is designed to work together with all
kinds of audio
managers, it should work just fine as standalone routing module.

The directory you should look at is murphy.

We needed to build a new logical model top on the traditional object
(sinks, sink-inputs, sources
etc). From routing perspective we have 'nodes', that are routing
endpoints, and the nodes can be
freely connected as long as the physical limits allow it. In the
logical model we maintain all the
possible routing endpoints in other words all the existing and
potential sinks and sources. When
a routing decisions link the 'nodes' the actual sink/source behind the
logical node are configured
by is setting the necessary profiles, ports etc.

This is really too complex to describe in an email, so I would really
like to present it to you either
f2f or via videoconference. How long slot could I have for it?


On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 12:20 PM, David Henningsson
<david.henningsson at canonical.com> wrote:
> On 10/16/2012 11:12 AM, Arun Raghavan wrote:
>> On Tue, 2012-10-16 at 10:50 +0300, Jaska Uimonen wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> Me and Janos would _really_ like to come, but we just didn't
>>> get financing for this....
>>> Anyway we are working on the routing/policy module and would
>>> really like to be involved in the conversation concerning
>>> that (I think it was on the agenda).
>>> We have a working thing loosely based on the ideas discussed
>>> a year ago with Colin and others on the list. So we just
>>> have to do the discussion on our part here on the list
>>> and hope you take it into account in the conference.
>>> I let Janos to mail the list about the details and repos,
>>> where the code can be found.
>> It's a shame you can't make it. Maybe we could organise some sort of
>> video call for you to do the presentation? (we need to check if the
>> venue Internet would support it)
> So far, I can only speak highly of the wireless available on UDS, compared
> to other conferences. That said, for reliable and good quality
> videoconference we might need a wired connection?
> --
> David Henningsson, Canonical Ltd.
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