astraljava at kapsi.fi
Tue Apr 10 13:07:28 UTC 2012
> On Jan 7, 2012 8:22 PM, "Len Ovens" <len at ovenwerks.net> wrote:
> > Well, I realized gcdmaster was gone. A great loss to any musician who
> > wishes to make a CD. However it seems cdrdao is also not included in
> > Ubuntu studio any more. Not having a good TOC editor is one thing, but
> > with cdrdao at least it _could_ still be done if manually making a toc
> > file was ok. CDRDAO is the only cd writer that seems to write disk at
> > once. It is installable... lets get it in there. I was going to try
> > writing a less fancy toc editor than gcdmaster, but for that to be any use
> > we must have cdrdao. The loss of cdrdao seems to me a bigger loss than
> > gcdmaster.
On Sat, Jan 07, 2012 at 08:56:09PM -0500, Mike Holstein wrote:
Please don't top-post. :)
I actually started a project for this, check it out at . And cdrdao hasn't
gone away, it's there still in precise and depended upon by
ubuntustudio-recording and -generation. (granted, this might have changed since
you wrote this already in January)
I encourage everyone interested about it to participate in the development, I'm
by no means a GTK3 expert, so will not advance rapidly with the porting. It is
currently governed by lp:~ubuntustudio-dev, but if you're not part of this team,
you can still hack on the project, and suggest merge proposals which will then
be taken under evaluation.
This would be great to get included in the Q release, but I have absolutely no
idea whether we can make it. Worth a shot, no?
Jaska (astraljava on irc.[oftc|freenode].net)
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