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Re: Possible packages...



2009/7/13 Adam Williamson <awilliam redhat com>:
> On Sun, 2009-07-05 at 20:15 -0600, Nathanael Noblet wrote:
>
>> Apple's Calendar Server. It runs using python 2.5 or greater (I've
>> installed it on a F11 machine and it work well). I've started looking
>> at some of its dependancies. 90% of them are in fedora already, and of
>> the ones in F11, only one if I remember correctly isn't at the version
>> it requires). It seems like a great addition to Fedora if you ask me.
>> So basically it would require two new packages, and an update to one
>> other package (libevent) which is a minor version bump it seems if at
>> all needed.
>
> The Infrastructure group has a rather ongoing project to try and find a
> really good calendar server system (and then, obviously, package it) to
> be used as the official Fedora calendaring system (then we could
> schedule events and all that good stuff in an official Fedora server,
> and people could access them via CalDAV or web, and all would be roses).
> It's proved a bit tricky, though, to find a really perfect option. See
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Test/Calendering_Solution
> for most of the details on this project. At present, we seem to be
> looking at one called Calagator: http://calagator.org/ .
>
>> PS3MediaServer. A Java program to talk to a PS3 with DLNA. I'm
>> guessing this one would have problems because it requires ffmpeg or
>> mplayer/mencoder... Plus as a java program its probably a bit more
>> complex to create a proper spec file for. I've made the other kind
>> often enough, but java ones not so much...
>
> There's a sort of 'agreed-upon-right-way-of-doing-this' candidate for
> this particular need, which is a nice modern GTK+ app and based on
> gstreamer...but I can't quite pull the name out of long-term storage at
> present. Someone will probably know what I mean, though. The one most
> people use (as the one I'm talking about is still a bit alpha) is
> mediatomb, which is also in Fedora already. Unless this provides
> something significant the other options don't, it may not be the best
> place to start, since it looks a bit complex.

ps3mediaservers biggest improvement/enhancement is the ability to
transcode video files on the fly.

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