Phoronix IRC Log: 2008-12-23
: errrr >.> my / key is broken I swear
: michaellarabel, vlc is now working on vdpau support http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=53928&p=176923
: Deanjo: oh niiiiice
: Ya, it was inevitable
: It's just too big of a feature to be ignored if your media playback solution is going to remain a viable alternative.
: It's only a matter of time until gstreamer caves in now.
: I want a free as in speech implementation of it
: then I'm perfectly fine with it
: sure then get your favorite foss driver developer to support the APU
: throws up on gstreamer
: Gstreamer wants to be everything to everybody. C++ wanted to be everything to everybody. And we all know about how people feel about C++
: Anyone who has developed with both libxine and gstreamer knows how painful it is to do the most simplest thing
: hates gstreamer, pulseaudio, phonon and above all fglrx
: jack ftw
: feels that C is the only solution ever needed for anything :D
: i'm going to have to start building my own rootfs these days
: all the popular distros are starting to build crap
: That depends on your audience
: For you maybe it's crap, if that's the case then LFS is what you should be using
: michaellarabel, New mplayer patches were supposed to be released by now... I don't know why they're not on the FTP server yet. If they're not up in a few minutes I'll upload them to freedesktop.org until I can get to the bottom of it.
cxo: are you his hound dog?
cxo: or just an overly concerned reader?
Deanjo: Hey, I'm a human RSS feed, my brain runs GIT as well.
Deanjo: It's not like there is 10,000 linux news sites
maligor: git rm *
Deanjo: damn you
Deanjo: fortunately has a rsynced brain mirror and restores the data loss.
michaellarabel: Deanjo: what channel did he say that in? Thanks.
michaellarabel: Not many changes
Deanjo: Well the " Fix issue with some H.264 streams where frames would be displayed out-of-order." was the big bug
Deanjo: finally up on the ftp too ftp://download.nvidia.com/XFree86/vdpau/mplayer-vdpau-3263604.tar.bz2
cxo: no overall charts again