Monthly Archives: March 2006

My Recommendation?

I woke up this morning to find that Fredrik had developed yet another excellent and surprising Banshee plugin. This one totally has me hot for playing music. That’s right, as you listen to music, the pane below the track list … Continue reading

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The Implemented Window

I am very pleased to report that first Banshee “programming contest” was a success. I received great feedback over the idea, and more importantly, four top-notch submissions. The judging was difficult because each submission was well written and each functioned … Continue reading

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Implement this window, win a prize!

Last night Jorge (aka whiprush) was asking about a Mini-Mode for Banshee. I initially said it would probably be some time before such a feature showed up in Banshee land, but after some quick thought, and realizing once again the … Continue reading

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More from the Banshee Universe

At around 4 this morning I released Banshee 0.10.9, which encompasses some excellent changes. I wrote two widgets that work together to make seeking and position reporting easier and more abstracted, which fits in well with the new PlayerEngine layout. … Continue reading

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It’s March 14th!

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This world is coated in cheese

Last night I released Banshee 0.10.8. I started reworking how the player engines work last Monday. Access to the player engines are now fully abstracted so the interface is entirely passive. This means that plugins can now do anything in … Continue reading

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Banshee 0.10.7

I’m happy to say Banshee 0.10.7 is out, which finally includes the full GStreamer 0.10 port. I had ported the playback engine a few months ago for 0.10.0, but now the ripper and transcoder are complete. Also new for this … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Lluis on the Stetic Add-In for MonoDevelop. This is truly awesome work! I checked out Stetic and MonoDevelop from Mono SVN last night and tried this out, and it works just as beautifully as it looks. Interested souls should … Continue reading

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DAP Probes

In late November, I wrote about Universal DAP Support, where I posted a simple Mono tool that collected data about a Digital Audio Player, which could be used to help create FDI files for HAL. I received many probes for … Continue reading

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