Proposed Application for Xubuntu
mrwislr at gmail.com
Tue May 8 20:09:19 UTC 2007
gmusicbrowser is not bloated at all have no idea what your speaking of and
if you change the interface which it has many under the misc tab its as easy
or easier than any other music program out there... Not hard to configure at
all. Plus it can use either gstreamer, mpg321 ogg123 flac123 or mplayer as
the backend... supports giant libraries of music... YOU NEED TO CHANGE THE
LAYOUT UNDER THE MISC TAB TO SEE HOW NICE IT IS! it also has its own
also grip doesn't have any gnome dependencies that I'm aware of.
VLC's video is still blurring compared to mplayer and I'm pretty sure that
VLC doesn't play apples movie trailers...
claws-mail is an excellent email program especially with the tango theme
installed. it looks very nice and is super fast and no harder to configure
than anyother program i've ever used.
LETS TRY USING THE PROGRAMS BEFORE COUNTING THEM OUT!
On 5/8/07, Harold Aling <h.aling at home.nl> wrote:
> Ronnie Whisler wrote:
> > I have found a couple of applications that should be in Xubuntu in my
> > opinion
> > 1st. CatFish - for lightweight file search utility
> > http://www.getdeb.net/category.php?id=24
> Cool app, except for the fact that it died on me instantly while I tried
> to cancel a search...
> > 2nd. gmusicbrowser - for lightweight music player
> Really bloated app, and I could never figure out the interface, just
> like Exaile. I'd vote for VLC if they would finally implement 'only one
> instance' and don't drop the xvwindows interface for a QT-based one.
> Than we would have one application for both audio and video with good
> codec support and simple player + playlist interface.
> > 3rd. get rid of gxine and go with mplayer with optimal settings
> > (gmusicbrowser can use mplayer as its backend) also only player that
> > plays apples movie trailers.
> > 4. grip - for lightweight cd player & ripper
> Way too many Gnome dependencies
> > 5. hacburn - for lightweight cd burning (since xfburn doesnt work for
> > most things)
> > 6. claw-mail - for lightweight email client (with a couple plugins and
> > the tango theme installed)
> Fast application, many features, but looks really unattractive and
> difficult to configure... Maybe later?
> I'd like to think in what a user wants, then find the most appropriate
> application for it.
> A user would probably like to:
> * Listen to audio -> VLC
> * Watch a video -> VLC
> * Read mail -> Thunderbird or Claws
> * Edit a home video -> Kino
> * Synchronise my mobile phone/PDA -> ??? / OpenSync (once it get's a
> good interface)
> * Type a letter -> Abiword/Openoffice
> * Manage finances -> Gnucash
> * Browse the web -> Firefox
> * Look at pictures -> gqview
> * Burn a cd -> ??? / Brasero (I currently use NeroLinux 3 with my 'old'
> Windows Nero 6 license!)
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