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Re: [opensuse-gnome] pulse audio applet
- From: Casual Programmer <casualprogrammer@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 May 2008 01:05:04 -0700 (PDT)
- Message-id: <454403.36762.qm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
It'd probably be easier to discuss this if you couldlet us know why you
don't want to use it. I have heard, from exactly oneperson, that sound
is stuttering, which in itself is bad and hopefullywill be solved with
the glitch-free branch of PulseAudio. How/When wecan get that in to
11.0 when Lennart (the author) merges it I don'tknow.
I obviously missed the part where this issue was
My view is as follows: PC's or Workstations are tools
for a certain kind
of User / Customer and not kiddie playthings with
bells and whistles and
all sorts of small pastimes.
When I first came across Linux, I immediately decided
on Gnome Desktop
for exactly that reason.
Regarding the distribution I ran in several circles,
partially caused by
the fact, that some ( among them SuSE thence ) would
simply not install
on my hardware.
After having tried all major distros I decided on
openSuSE ( fallback
Fedora ) for ease of use an managability. That was
10.2 which was fine
with me, except for two issues that were promised to
be fixed in 10.3,
that's how I got a bit deeper involved than I had at
I have no objections against offering all sorts of
gimmickry, but it
shouldn't be forced on the average user by default.
You like a boomerang that either kills or comes back
to your hand. The
fancy coloring is for worthless crap sold to tourists.
You probably were discussing all that earlier, alas I
Conclusion K* = Windows 99, Gnome-openSuSe = WindowsXP
Depends on who you see as your User / Customer, as
openSuSE is used as
Testbed for SLES I should expect a more professional
view on some issues
( like letting everybody fumble with system resources
Feel free to not like my opinion ;-)
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