Ogv support in software center
shazzner at gmail.com
Sat Oct 30 18:24:59 UTC 2010
It's no secret that this idea sprung from (possibly the lack-of) a
Steam-like service. Though it makes sense for Steam to include all
steam-community features in one software package, I don't see how this
couldn't be extended to the software-center too. I think that Ubuntu-one,
and possibly empathy/gwibber couldn't be integrated too.
On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 1:13 PM, Kai Mast <kai.mast at freakybytes.org> wrote:
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> Am 29.10.2010 21:25, schrieb Chris Hardee:
> > It's probably been talked about before, but as proposed here:
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GamesIntegration
> > I think we need add ogv/movie support in software-center to show
> > off games and some applications (I'm thinking like CAD software and
> > such so users can get a feel for how interactive it is). In fact I
> > think we should have the application page be a webkit widget and
> > possibly have html5 interaction.
> I would really like to see that too. Maybe in the future we need a
> wiki-like system so people can add custom content to about-pages.
> But first i think we should focus on functionality of the software
> center like supporting dist-upgrade/upgrade directly trough it.
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