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Re: Feature previews



On Mon, 2007-10-22 at 18:06 +0630, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Jonathan Roberts wrote:
> > Hey again,
> > 
> > Needed a new subject :p
> > 
> > Anybody got any suggestions about the best way to get previews of
> > codec buddy and iced tea put together? I think these two are really
> > cool features and definitely need to be made more public, but I'm not
> > sure who the developers are/where to contact them etc...
> 
> For Codec Buddy, it is Bastien Nocera, bnocera AT redhat.com who did the 
> packaging and integration. Gstream developer and Fluendo guy, Thomas 
> Vander Stichele, thomas AT fluendo.com who developed the wrapper.
> 
> The questions surrounding this are:
> 
> How did the work start?
> 
> Is Fluendo contributing back anything back to Fedora or gstreamer?
> 
> Pointing to other sources besides Fluendo including a third party 
> repository for those in regions that don't enforce software patents?
> 
> Why just totem? What about other gstreamer applications?
> 
> Packaged application instead of a tarball
> 
> What are the future plans?
> 
> > Perhaps it might be an idea to just put together a screencast of eac, 
> > in use; codec buddy this is simple to imagine, but iced tea? Maybe a
> > demo of a java web application being used or something?
> 
> For Iced Tea, I believe the lead Red Hat developer who did the original 
> work was Thomas Fitzsimmons fitzsim AT redhat.com. Just a good 
> explanation of the feature along with a screecast/ some screenshots 
> should work well.
> 
> Questions surrounding this are:
> 
> How much work was involved?
> 
> Integration between GCJ applet and Iced tea in Fedora 8
> 
> Porting Iced Tea to other architectures
> 
> Collaboration with Sun?
> 
> What is the future of a liberated Java?
> 
> What other Java related work is going in Fedora?
> 
> Rahul
> 
yum-utils with the additional packages.

Yum addon's namely yum-cron and yum-presto

Changing desktop (can't remember what it is called)

New 2.6.23 kernel what changes improvements.

Thats just off the top of my head there are a few more things I have
thought wow these are great.

Cheers,

Marc


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