iso content review #2 report
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Thu Mar 6 00:04:44 UTC 2014
On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:45 AM, Aleix Pol <aleixpol at kde.org> wrote:
> Note that one of the best parts of using a GNU/Linux distribution is the
> possibility to install software easily, especially if you have Muon Discover
> Furthermore, I don't think it's that essential having a by-playlists player
> by default with the OS. There is dragon player as well right?
Well, dragon player is no audio player and playlists for videos are
only particularly useful for one type of video....
Anyway, IMO exchanging Amarok with JuK would not improve anything. Yes
it would reduce ISO space consumption (amarok has a pile of icons and
dependencies), but Amarok also has quite some critical features (e.g.
the ability to syncing music stuff to an ipod). Iff there was a global
workspace multimedia collection/database and a resonable GUI backing
to address these use cases in other ways, or if JuK had this type of
feature as well, the argument might look different.
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