Alexander at Leidinger.net
Fri Aug 26 14:16:32 GMT 2005
On Fri, 26 Aug 2005 08:53:46 -0500
Harry Coin <harrycoin at qconline.com> wrote:
> I added 'sound engineer' level support for a popular older chip (complete
> with amp analog and digital db references, total access to all signal paths
> on the chip, etc.) a while ago and contributed it, but as I haven't heard
> anything more about it (and I don't see it as part of the system
> now) either I screwed up some royal way I am unaware of, or sound and
> video support really just are not a priority for freebsd-niks. I even
> wrote a man page for it.
I've your mail in my inbox, and it's marked as important. But I'm in
the process of changing jobs, so I will not be able to look at it for
some weeks. But I want to look at it. Honest.
> But, if the traffic on list multi-media list is any indication, over
> against the traffic on other lists, multimedia on freebsd seems a bit of a
> lower-interest arena.
At least not much committers want to make their fingers dirty in the
sound code... or they don't have the time to do it.
The computer revolution is over. The computers won.
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