Re: [TODO item] Volunteer wanted for a gnome-sound module

Well, I work a lot with gtk+ and gnome, and I have been
heavily (and perpertually) developing a sound program
which is a client/server system written in gtk+.
It is named `gdam', Geoff & Dave's Audio Mixer.


so I'd be interested in this, esp. if it isn't so
much work that it'll detract from gdam too much...

- Dave

(ps. in the current version the client and server actually run
 from the same executable which forks.  This reflects
 mostly laziness...  I have almost finished the changes to clean
that up....)

On Mon, 15 Nov 1999, Elliot Lee wrote:

> In gnome-libs HEAD the sound events functionality is removed. I would like
> to find a volunteer who will move the code into a separate module that
> could be conditionally loaded at runtime.
> This would involve:
> 	- Fixing gnome-triggers to work again.
> 	- Learning how the existing system works.
> 	- Writing a shared library that does what the existing system does,
> 	  but as a dynamically-loaded Gnome module thingie.
> 	- Making any needed changes to the sound-properties capplet to
> 	  match the reimplementation.
> If you're interested, I'll be glad to fill you in on what pieces of code
> to look at.
> -- Elliot
> Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
> for you are crunchy and good with ketchup. 
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