Whaaw Media Player
sidnioulz at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 20:54:17 GMT 2010
Whaaw's GUI does not look great to me. It looks extremely minimalistic. If
the point is only to remove a few dependencies then I'm not sure it's such a
Besides, Parole is being developed quite fast, and already has a decent set
of features. There are a few things that I dislikein Parole's GUI (don't
have them in mind though), but I think a discussion about these with
Parole's author could get them sorted out. He is a nice developer and very
attentive to comments from downstream users.
2010/1/1 J. Anthony Limon <j at flippo.net>
> Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
> > J. Anthony Limon wrote:
> >> J. Anthony Limon wrote:
> >>> Hi team,
> >>> I had never heard of this app before the other night, most likely due
> >>> it not being the repositories, but it seems to be an excellent fit for
> >>> the XFce/Xubuntu desktop as a replacement for Totem. It's simple, light
> >>> and uses gstreamer without any GNOME ties.
> >>> Any comments?
> > The fact that it's not in the repositories probably means it's not going
> > to be default at least in Lucid.
> >> I realized I forgot to supply a URL for the app, sorry guys.
> >> http://home.gna.org/whaawmp/
> >> - J
> > It looks nice and easy to use, though.
> > Then again, there is Parole
> > (http://goodies.xfce.org/projects/applications/parole), which is also a
> > new project, and might also be considered to use in Lucid+1.
> > --
> > Pasi Lallinaho
> > Xubuntu Marketing Lead
> > Web-designer, graphic artist
> > IRC: knome @ freenode
> Oh yeah, I wouldn't even recommend it being default in Lucid. Just
> curious as to what others thought of it in general, maybe expose it to
> others who may be interested in the project.
> Parole does seem interesting, I'll have to look into it more. On a
> pretty non-important note, I severely dislike their icon/logo..
> - J
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