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Re: [OT?} Ogg features and vaporware



On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 18:32, Nifty Hat Mitch wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 03:23:10PM -0500, Brian Fahrlander wrote:
> > 
> >     But I still am not a fan of the 'shuffle' that it does...
> 
> Tis open source, what should shuffle do
> that it does not?

    It's called IMMS; it's really good, even though it uses some other
SQL system where I'd prefer Mysql, 'cause I'm used to it, and can
reference it from PHP.  While I can fake my way around in PHP, I'm no C
programmer; I was merely a newbie in 1989.  (!)

    There's a similar situation with Galeon & Firefox; Galeon, while it
has every feature I've ever needed and a couple more, isn't as modular
and (from what real programmers tell me) is hard to develop with, where
Firefox represents a re-write using all Gnome-specific stuff (whatever
that amounts to).  The idea is that Firefox is more portable across
platforms, so it makes a better strategic choice.

    Now, I'd love to live in a world where XMMS and Galeon are the only
choices, but it looks like 'the herd' is headed elsewhere. I suppose
I'll just get used to the idea.

    See also: Xosview versus Gkrellm. 
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