I've just finished an (almost) all-nighter to finishing stealing code from Rhythmbox. As soon as the licensing is sorted out, Totem will be getting plugins, so I can start cleaning up the code, and fix some long-standing bugs. This might also mean some cool new features like posters, or TV guides. Let's see what we can do.
Good job you cocksucker.
I expect 10 hours of daily work on totem.
"Good job you cocksucker."
What the fuck? I normally don't reply, but ehm, what kind of lame anonymous moran is this?
Just ignore these people's. I guess all the 13 yeard old script kiddies got bored with cracking Vista and are trying out Ubuntu.
My initial though, why whould this need to be a plugin? When ever do you want your screen saver activated while watching a movie?
Are plugins becoming a sickness? Is plugins the "solution" (or workaround) to allow lots and lots of configuration options in the gnome UI which wouldn't have been allowed in a single preferences dialog?
Oh well.... nice to see something new in the totem camp anyway! =)
Thanks for working on it!
sounds fine, hope that would reduce the number of bug reports a bit...
Nice. Could be scoped for a libgtkplugin :-)
Hurray for plugins, but I do think that this is so imminently sensible that there doesn't need to be a plug-in. If the video is full screen, screen saver goes off. If the video is not, screen saver stays on. If you want to keep track on $x other things besides your video, its time way start looking towards feature enhancements in libinotify
"My initial though, why whould this need to be a plugin? When ever do you want your screen saver activated while watching a movie?"
But otherwise, great work. Some things obviously do not belong in totem core but might be nice to have.
Yes like a DVB player.
Good work !
Plugins yaaay. Now if the dang thing could play DVD+menus.
(i realize it's gstreamer holding this back)
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